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Khabri launches Audio Courses for Govt Job Preparation

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Khabri, a podcasting web platform in a local languages, has now launched audio courses in Hindi for aspirants preparing for government job exams. The newly launched audio courses have been designed for top government competitive exams including SSC CGL, CHSL, Banking, RRB, State exams,etc. Through these audio courses, Khabri expects to reach more than 50 million aspirants across India.

These courses have been prepared by eminent teachers from around the country’s Hindi speaking belts such as UP, MP, Bihar, Rajasthan, Haryana, Gujarat, Delhi/NCR, J&K, and more. Khabri’s audio content covers all the subjects that are required to be prepared for government competitive exams. These include History, Geography, Politics, Science, English, Reasoning, Computers, DI, Hindi, Current Affairs, Static GK, and Maths. The duration of courses ranges from 4 to 100+ hours.

The courses will be available in various formats like Complete Courses, Short Courses, Crash Courses, Topic Courses, and Revision Courses. The cost of these courses starts from Rs. 49 and currently the most expensive course is Rs. 299.

Speaking on the launch, Pulkit Sharma, Co-Founder, and CEO of Khabri said, “We have also planned these courses in a way that courses by top teachers from every region will be available on our platform so that Khabri users can access the courses in their local dialect/language. This will make learning not just more effective but will also reduce the cognitive effort for the users.”

Khabri is tapping expertise of teacehrs and providing a platform for them to restart their career as online teachers/facilitators. The platform is offering an easy-to-use creator app that can be conveniently accessed by teachers on their mobiles, eliminating the need for any high-end or additional equipment and technical know-how of audio editing/technology.

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