Byju’s broadens play from edtech with brick-and-mortar tuition centres
“There’s synergy. Students will use Byju’s Tuition Centres for classes 4-10 and then move to Aakash to avail coaching for entrance exams,” says chief operating officer Mrinal Mohit.
The solution to India's long-term learning needs
Live online classes, where the student-teacher interaction is real-time, can provide education irrespective of location. These classes are also more engaging and can be scaled up fast.
The disruption in traditional higher academia
The disruption will lead to a more democratised context where merit and responsiveness to market needs would be paramount.
Covid-19 will shape a decade of education
History has shown that every crisis comes with a hidden opportunity. Covid-19 is no exception. And its in education where we are witnessing some radical changes which will define this decade.
Byju’s better half
Wearing multiple hats—teacher, entrepreneur, content developer, mother—Divya Gokulnath has helped build India's largest edtech company.
Back to school
As we increasingly rely on online education, the network is the lynchpin connecting teachers with students.
Unacademy raises $150 mn from SoftBank, others
The deal values the Bengaluru-based edtech company at $1.45 billion, making it the latest entrant to India’s $1-billion valuation club.
Re-imagining digital education
If digital education is to be made more accessible, we may need to think of changing the way online teaching, learning, and evaluation is designed, and delivered.
The myth of the deserted campus
While online versus classroom is an interesting debate, the former is not the ‘new normal’ for education.
Covid-19 forces institutions to explore virtual teaching
In the future, online content will be integrated into the regular course curriculum as the education sector transforms with the introduction of new age pedagogy like flipped classrooms.