The Revolutionary Learning App That Aims To Change The World How To Learn
India was once known as developing country, but now the scenario is totally different. India is currently the fastest growing major economy in the world. This title doesn’t come without its set of challenges. It is often argued the biggest challenge for the country is its education and to move forward it to a billion-plus population.
Every year India witness hundreds of startups blooming up to achieve the unimaginable heights. One such person who changed the nation the way to learn is educational entrepreneur Byju Raveendran.
He founded the ed-tech startup BYJU’s focusing on personalized learning in India since its launch. BYJU’s started off small, as an offline test preparation provider for GRE, GMAT, CAT, JEE and Civil Service exams. Further expanded into coaching for class 6 to class 12.
BYJU’s – The Learning App, is aimed at students from class 6 to 12 to learn subjects like Physics, Chemistry, Maths and Biology independently. Currently, the app has more than 5.5 million downloads. The app offers original content, watch-and-learn videos, animations, and interactive simulations.
Their passion for teaching is unmatchable. The learning methodology developed by a young group of teachers are among the brightest minds in the country, and they will help students to learn not just for exams, but for life.
The app features unique video class modules will give the student a complete understanding of even the most complicated concepts in a simple way that will make them fall in love with learning. Especially for CAT aspirants, the app has video lectures directly from Byju and Santosh themselves and over 200 test series.
The app modules are planned in a way as to provide complete coverage of all state-level Boards, ICSE and CBSE syllabus for class 7 to 10 and complete IIT JEE & NEET Preparation for class 11-12. Further, the app provides adaptive learning and a detailed analysis of students progress and performance to help plan even better and improve in studies.