Kulik & Fletcher (2015) conducted a meta-analysis of 50 controlled evaluation of the intelligent computer tutoring system. The median effect of the tutoring was found to increase the test score of the student by 0.66 SD over the conventional levels. It was found that the student learning was improved by the use of the Intelligent Tutoring system, nevertheless, the most important aspect was the teaching of the content based on the cultural impact of the students. The teaching design that was based on the local culture benefitted the student immensely when compared to other forms of teaching designs. Hence it is determined that the Intelligent Tutoring system tends to create a system that was homogenous approach and this is not particular beneficial to all the people. There should be a system in place that enables the teaching module specifically focus on child needs. It can be stated that each of the learning design should cater toward the individual needs of the child. This can be achieved by using a culture centric model that enables in holistic learning for the children. The issue that needs to be contended in this arena is the amount of economic resources that are available for the students to learn. In the subsequent section, a discussion of some of the intelligent tutoring system for the rural communities is presented. The cost effective intelligent tutoring system that is developed has been elucidated in the following.