MBD Group unveils Virtual Reality based content at New Delhi World Book Fair 2017

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MBD Group, one of the leading education companies in India with over 6 decades of experience, is participating in New Delhi World Book Fair 2017, which has started from today. MBD group’s Stall (Number 434-457) is displayed in the Hall No – 11, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi. Ms. Monica Malhotra Kandhari, Managing Director, MBD Group today launched a new line of Virtual Reality based content and device at the world book fair. Minister of State for Human Resource Development (Higher Education) Mahendra Nath Pandey inaugurated the book fair. Mr. Pandey also visited MBD Group’s stall and experienced the newly launched VR app.

MBD’s new high quality, interactive 3D virtual reality simulations will be made available for students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 to make their concepts clear. Apart from the Group’s own VR device, MBD’s VR content is compatible with all other leading VR devices like Samsung Gear, Oculus Rift etc., for wider accessibility. As part of its virtual reality initiative, MBD will also be developing interactive walk throughs such as the solar system, the zoo and other educational objects/environments. Also, the Group will be unveiling pocket-friendly MBD branded VR devices which will help in students to enjoy learning in the virtual world.

At the fair, one can also browse through a range of successful offerings that MBD Group has aced such as English language lab, Augmented Reality Application- NYTRA, MBD E’cademy (ICT Classroom Solution), Octopus K-12 (SD Card Solution for K-12), MBD Kit (Mathematics and Science Kit), E-Books, Interactive E-Books and Educational Apps. Also, the MBD group’s stall showcases General Reading books, Text Books, Work Books, Refreshers, and Reference Books etc.

Apart from VR content & device, MBD also introduced their e-book store/portal at the book fair. Initially, the e-book portal will have books for K-12 segment, covering all states, all subjects and all major boards. Moving forward, students can also access vocational and skill development books from the portal.

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