Viewers can ask questions that shall be answered by the characters and the storyteller
Over 35,000 youngsters have skilled the Interactive Ramayan sequence up to now
Youngsters aged 4 to 10 can now be taught all about Ramayan with the assistance of an interactive animated sequence.
HiVoco, India’s first voice-tech based mostly animated tales and studying app for youths, has launched an Interactive Ramayan.
TV, books or audiobooks supply unidirectional communication and kids are inclined to lose curiosity in issues rapidly. However they be taught probably the most via dialog. Taking a cue from this, HiVoco has voice-interactive expertise for the Interactive Ramayan sequence in order that youngsters not solely watch but additionally work together with the tales within the type of questions and solutions.
The characters and storyteller reply to the kid’s questions. This fashion the kid learns and absorbs many features of the epic.
The marketing campaign is named Shri Ram Se Seekha. It includes 4 video advertisements, radio advertisements, social media conversations and on-ground engagement.
HiVoco is a two-way voice interactive platform the place the most effective academics and storytellers around the globe present interactive content material and quizzes to youngsters. HiVoco has been specializing in making a financial institution of in style tales from mythology, historical past and science for value-based studying.
Up to now, over 35,000 youngsters have skilled the Interactive Ramayan sequence. With an goal to achieve a minimum of one lakh youngsters by finish of the 12 months, the corporate plans so as to add extra tales and learnings from Ramayan within the coming months.
HiVoco was lately recognised as one of many prime 3 revolutionary apps below #EkBharatShreshthaBharat marketing campaign by the Ministry of Schooling and MyGov India that launched an Indian Language Studying App Innovation Problem.
The app is globally KidSafeTMCertified and has over 75,000 customers. It’s accessible on Google Play Retailer in 22 nations.
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