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Tata Info holds e-learning conference

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BANGALORE: Tata Infotech Education, in partnership with Smart Force, an e-learning company, organised an e-learning users conference here on Wednesday.

``E-learning marks a paradigm shift from instructor-based to learner-centric training,'' said Mr Rahul Thapan, Head- Education Services Division, Tata Infotech Ltd. User-customers included Wipro Technologies Ltd, Infosys Technologies Ltd and Tata Consultancy Services, among others.

An IDC study predicts the IT training market for the Asia-Pacific region (excluding Japan) at over $2.5 billion by 2004. India represents 21 per cent of the total spending on IT training in the area and e-learning and CD-ROMs will account for 26 per cent of that by 2004, it is estimated.

Tata Infotech Educaton offers career, professional, corporate training and courses for colleges and students. It also provides a variety of computer-based training modules, according to a company press release.

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