BasicFirst, an aptitude based personalized learning platform, has introduced its Recharger Programme. The programme has been started with an aim to create around 50000 women edupreneurs in the next three months. The new programme authorizes a special point of contact in local geographical regions for recharging a BasicFirst student’s Rent-a-Tab or any of the other e-learning subscriptions. This will enable women homemakers across India in particular, to bring home a significant additional income.
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