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Multiversity Group was founded in 1998, at the threshold of the new century, to advance the application of Information Technology in the areas of Education, Governance and Services. With significant contributions in each. Multiversity has created technologies and services for the emerging knowledge-based society. 9.5 Million Users have already used our products and services thus underlining our commitment to develop world-class technologies and solutions.

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Posts by Multiversity Blog

Efficient Outsourcing come with Unparalleled Benefits

WHY OUTSOURCE CUSTOM E-LEARNING CONTENT DEVELOPMENT? Understanding benefits through examples E-learning industry has experienced enormous growth since the beginning of twenty-first century. As organizations become […]

E Learning for government organisations in the financial sector

NABARD ties up with Multiversity for training content development It is a crucial task for any organization to ensure that employees maintain and enhance their […]

Maximising the Potential of Employees Through ELearning

People – they are the most important assets in any organisation. With this, there is no wonder why the management invests a lot of money […]

mLearning

mLearning or Mobile Learning is the buzzword around !!! What is mobile learning ???? Mobile learning is just not accessing elearning module on smartphones or […]

Instructional Designing

Learning design is the description of the teaching-learning process that takes place in a unit of learning. A unit can be a single course, a […]

Experience eLearning

Learning should be a gradual experience. We should learn and it should stay with us for the remaining years. If we try to dump all […]

STRESS BUSTER !!!

With the demanding lifestyle, it becomes really difficult to suffice expectation of everyone around.. Time management and To Do list’s never seem to get along. […]

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