India has more than 1.4 Mn schools with over 227 Mn students enrolled and over 36,000 higher education institutes. Its reported that India has one of the largest higher education systems in the world. However, there is still a lot of potential for further development in the education system.
This is where Indian edtech startups are making their mark. The country is becoming one of the largest markets for e-learning after the US.
Here are three such startups who are operating in the ed-tech world:
UpGrad is an education platform for professional jobers, data analytics, digital marketing, and product management that are delivered in collaboration with domain experts. UpGrad was founded in 2015, the Mumbai-based startup has priced its nine month long program in data analytics at Rs. 2 lacks, it also have a course on entrepreneurship duration 15 weeks, worth Rs. 50K.
Noida-based Qonfuse.com, is an edtech startup which makes exam preparation dynamic and organized using its advanced technology. It is currently providing mock tests for Banking, Railway CAT, GATE, SBI PO, SBI Clerk and Aptitude preparation. It aids one to easily access quality preparation at free of cost. Commenting on the market size, the startup said, “As we observe most of the competitive exams are being conducted online. About 1.8 Cr. students in India are estimated to appear in these exams. The global online learning market is expected to reach $107 Bn this year.”
MeetUniv seeks to fulfil an aspiration among many of the 30 Mn students enrolled in over 35,000 colleges in India – to go for higher studies abroad. The startup lists 40,000 courses from 3,000 universities around the world, as well as over 100 scholarships that Indian students mostly rely on to go abroad. MeetUniv provide the facilities to those students who want to go to abroad MeetUniv fulfil their requirement which they expecting from foreign countries.