Submitted by Newseditor on Wed, 2015-12-09 18:45 Bengaluru: Bengaluru based training organisation BASE after its successful BASE@Home and Distance Learning Programs, has now launched an innovative format called BASEonTab, that would enable young aspirants have easy access to BASE’s premium preparatory courses without the use of internet. Through BASEonTab students are expected to learn digitally through powerful visual effects, engaging content, interactive interface and mock tests that will help them to assimilate their progress and understanding of the concepts. The tab would also resolve any doubts more easily than the earlier mediums. The tab is also expected to enable a student to take a timed test helping to practice under real time environment. The tablet is equipped with study material to help students train for Karnataka CET. This will be followed by the launch of other programmes like IIT Achiever, Medical Excel soon. BASEonTab is like a complete course available in a PDF format, equivalent to attending classes, but at the students’ own pace and convenience. The lectures are available in video format, and more than 17,000 questions with answers are available. It will be accompanied by a set of presentations, synopsis of chapters, test papers, answer sheets, video synopses, e-books, and analytics. The target consumers are mostly students who cannot access BASE’s classroom programmes and buying a tablet will be more affordable.