Campaign India Team
Feb 19, 2021

Navneet Education looks to equip students with #SmartTayari

Watch the film conceptualised by The Minimalist

Navneet Education has unveiled the Navneet Digibook, that aims to make studying for students a better experience in terms of comfort and accessibility.
 
DigiBook is the digital version of all the books published by Navneet, and is an app and a web-based platform. To promote this, Navneet has released a digital campaign for students’ #SmartTayari. The Minimalist has conceptualised the campaign.
 
Devish Gala, head of branding, Navneet Education, said, “In changing the traditional architecture of education, while EdTech has the power to transform the future of how education is resourced and consumed, traditional ways have its benefits, as well. Digital platforms, combined with physical books, are the perfect mix to increase efficiency and enhance the studying experience. While digital platforms add fun and convenience while studying, physical books provide the comfort they have always provided. We, at Navneet, are motivated to serve students by introducing a user-friendly app/website that will be useful to the students in their studies. We are looking forward to a successful launch of the Navneet DigiBook and hope it will be well received by students.”
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Campaign India

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