LMS – Learning Management System

A systematic training programme helps to reduce the learning time to reach the acceptable level of performance.


  • Create custom LMS for each group of Employees.
  • Easy mobile based learning with interaction is fun.
  • Evaluate individual progress & training targets.
  • Assess group level as well as individual employee in terms of training rendered.
  • Mark standard time to complete a training program.
  • Create once and use unlimited times for unlimited employees.
  • Simultaneous individual learning of different assigned modules.
  • Assign annual training hours of trainings.
  • Automatic randomizing of answers.
  • Set Multi-Choice-Questions and answers.
  • Set questions / answers in desired language.
  • Admin panel to evaluate each employee as well as group’s progress.


  • Economy in Operations:

    Trained personnel will be able to make better and economical use of materials and equipment’s. Wastage will be low.In addition, the rate of accidents and damage to machinery and equipment will be kept to the minimum by the well- trained employees. These will lead to less cost of production per unit.

  • Greater Productivity:

    A well trained employee usually shows greater productivity and higher quality of work-output than an untrained employee. Training increases the skills of the employees in the performance of a particular job. An increase in the skills usually helps to increase both quantity and quality of output.

  • Uniformity of Procedures:

    With the help of training, the best available methods of work can be standardised and made available to all employees. Standardisation will make high levels of performance rule rather than the exception.

  • Less Supervision:

    If the employees are given proper training, the responsibility of supervision is lessened. Training does not eliminate the need for supervision, but it reduces the need for detailed and constant supervision.

  • Systematic Imparting of Skills:

    A systematic training programme helps to reduce the learning time to reach the acceptable level of performance. The employees need not learn by trial and error or by observing others and waste time if the formal training programme exists in the organization.

  • Creation of Inventory of Skills:

    When totally new skills are required by an organization, it has to face great difficulties in employment. Training can be used in spotting out promising men and in removing defects in the selection process. It is better to select and train employees from within the organization rather than seek the skilled employees from outside sources.

  • Higher Morale:

    The morale of employees is increase if they are given proper training. A good training programme will mould employees’ attitude to achieve support for organisational activities and to obtain greater cooperation and loyalty. With the help of training, dissatisfaction, complaints, absenteeism and turnover can be reduced among the employees.


Yes. LMS provides an admin interface, where the organisation can create any number of learning modules.

LMS modules basically are different learning subjects. Each subject in turn can have any number of topics. Each topic can have in turn, any number of questions and answers.

Any number of employees can undertake the training simultaneously.

Yes. Specific subject(s) can be set to for selected group / groups.

LMS evaluates the progress of each employee in the background. Irrespective of the actual time taken by an individual, the system evaluates the performance of the employee towards learning in terms of time set by the administrator for completion of the subject.

For sure. Each employee’s progress for each subject, chapter as well as question is being evaluated and tracked in real time.