Asianet Broadband, Kerala’s popular Internet Service Provider has joined hands with KITE Victers, a Government of Kerala initiative in delivering educational classes to the students of Kerala. The data usage from streaming videos from KITE VICTERS will not be counted for Asianet Broadband subscribers, thus removing the additional internet burden to students.
KITE Victers provides academic content for classes from Pre-Primary to Class XII through Television channels and streaming platforms. Asianet Broadband will provide the educational content from KITE Victers free of cost to all its subscribers through its own network.
Asianet Broadband Subscribers Will Get Free Educational Content
The content can be accessed through the URL, https://firstbell.asianet.co.in for the subscribers of Asianet Broadband. As the content is hosted by the Asianet data center, the streaming will be faster for its subscribers. Asianet came forward to host KITE Victers content in the Asianet Data center as a support to the education of the school students and invested in high-speed servers to facilitate the streaming of KITE Victers content.
Asianet Digital TV provides Victers for the subscribers of its Digital TV services on channel number 411 for KITE Victers. Similarly Tamil medium classes from Victers is provided through Asianet’s own channel, Jyothi at channel number 412. A new channel from KITE Victers, Victers Plus will also have educational content at channel number 410.
G Sankaranarayana, MD & CEO of Asianet Satellite Communications P Ltd, said, Asianet is very proud and welcoming of the effort that the Kerala Government and KITE have been making to ensure that students in the state can continue to study at an uncertain time of the pandemic. The company said that it is proud to be a part of this initiative of the government.
Mr K Anvar Sadath, CEO, Kerala Infrastructure and Technology for Education (KITE), commended the efforts from Asianet, which he said is probably the first initiative of its kind to provide educational content without any extra cost to its subscribers.