Education system in India is still following a traditional classroom lecturing system and slowly adopting new pedagogies involving technological infrastructures. However, incorporating technology enabled learning solutions to schools should consider the cultural context of the region and the practices that works best for their system. A major factor hindering quality education in India is the constant rise in the student population and the teaching overload of the educators. In this paper we propose an information technology based solution, Lyceum, which enables teachers to conduct lectures to a larger number of students in different classrooms with two way communication between the teacher and the students just like in a classroom. The first version of the product has been deployed in three schools in India and we are currently collecting feedback for continuous improvement.