India’s largest free learning platform Studeasy has been launched for 50 million school students in 10 State Boards
ConnectEd Technologies, a Mumbai-based EdTech social company, has created Studeasy, India’s largest learning platform for regional-language State Boards. The platform, which is available as a free website and Android phone app, provides the most comprehensive collection of high-quality instructional movies and examinations for the country’s ten regional-language State Boards.
Initially, movies on the Studeasy platform could be viewed for free by the 50 million college students associated with these State Boards. As a result, the company intends to add regional-language instructional movies for different State Boards throughout the country, in keeping with its aim of providing college students with free entry to high-quality education in their native languages.
Mr. Lehar Tawde, co-founder, ConnectEd Technologies, said, “The Covid-19 pandemic helped stakeholders linked with India’s regional-language State Boards realise the necessity for a digitally-driven, supplementary form of education that is created as per the unique qualities of these Boards. We hope that by introducing the Studeasy website and mobile app today, we will meet this demand and contribute to India’s development towards a digitally empowered knowledge economy.”
He further said, “The Studeasy platform will initially provide high-quality, regional-language educational videos to 50 million school students enrolled with 10 State Boards in India, and will eventually address all 127 million students associated with such State Boards to firmly establish itself as the largest EdTech provider catering to this segment.”
The co-founder of ConnectEd Technologies, Mr. Lavin Mirchandani, stated, “India’s regional-language State Boards cater to over 55% of all school students in the country, but due to their size, complexity, fragmented nature, and reliance on local languages, most EdTech players in the K–12 segment have chosen to focus on audiences associated with private boards in Tier-I and Tier-II cities.”
He then said, “The few EdTech companies that develop programmes for State Board students who speak regional languages typically provide low-quality instruction that neither fully covers the course syllabus nor is curriculum-linked. The goal of the Studeasy platform, which we are introducing today as India’s largest learning platform for regional-language State Boards, is to increase access to high-quality education for this underserved population in India.”
Studeasy seems to be a captivating startup with inspiring new development on edtech platform. This startup would continue to prosper in the future. Wishing this startup good luck in all its future endeavors.Shishir Gupta, Founder and CEO, StartupLanes
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