EduTech HomeSkul startup launches after-school e-learning app


Kerala-based EduTech startup HomeSkul has launched the first after-school e-learning app that provides students with a personalized learning experience based on artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR).

Popular Malayalam actor and HomeSkul brand ambassador Prithviraj showcased the app at an event held here on Saturday.

The creators of the app said that it has several unique features and contains high-quality content prepared by experienced faculty and subject matter experts for CBSE and State Council students.

In addition to recorded lessons, HomeSkul also runs live lessons on a two-way interactive smart classroom platform using AR technology. HomeSkul’s assisted learning feature makes it easy to remove doubts and questions during and after sessions. live, “Home Skul said in a release.

The app also has an extensive electronic library of study materials on all topics covered and is the first in the segment to feature chapter-by-chapter review videos that would help students prepare last minute for exams, a- he declared.

Jaganathan Ram, Founder and CEO of HomeSkul, said classes are taught by trained subject matter experts with over a decade of teaching experience, not presenters.

“Innovation in quality content, pedagogical approach and affordability are the key factors that make HomeSkul unique. We provide rich content with concept building and reinforcement through real examples. Short notes, maps Mental exam preparation, interactive video lessons that ensure students’ attention in the classroom, chapter-by-chapter review videos are some of the unique features of HomeSkul, ”said Ram.

Launched in English and Malayalam, the app will soon add Hindi for students across the country. It also plans to include courses in more regional languages.

HomeSkul caters to the needs of students in grades 8 through 12 of CBSE outside of extracurricular tutoring and coaching courses for competitive exams such as NEET and JEE.

HomeSkul COO Biji Kumar R, said the company only charges less than 50% of the average offline tuition fee and therefore has an advantage over its competitors.

“HomeSKul aims to reach 50,000 paid users by October 2022. We aim to become a unicorn business within three years with a strong presence in semi-urban and rural areas across India to ensure a affordable access to underserved communities, ”he said. noted.

Meanwhile, Ananthu Sunil, Director of HomeSkul, said the app is designed to ensure the highest quality of education and engaging and intelligently curated educational content.

(Only the title and image of this report may have been reworked by Business Standard staff; the rest of the content is automatically generated from a syndicated feed.)

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