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Ed-tech firm Genius Corner raises USD 278,000

Nov 20, 2018 by The Passage Team
Ed-tech firm Genius Corner raises USD 278,000

Ed-tech company Genius Corner Educom Pvt. Ltd has raised Rs 2 crore (USD278,000) from a clutch of angel investors. Individual investors Ranbir Singh, Mahesh Mohta, Lakshmikantan Sundereswaran, Dipak Varshney and Puneet Garg made the investment, the startup said.

Vishal Khatter, co-founder of the venture, said the funds will be used for geographical expansion as well as to augment the machine learning backbone of the platform. Varshney, one of the investors, said artificial intelligence-based personalised learning will benefit both students and educational institutions. Genius Corner was founded in 2014 by Vishal and Dheeraj Khattar, and Samrat Chauhan.

Varshney, one of the investors, said artificial intelligence-based personalised learning will benefit both students and educational institutions. Genius Corner was founded in 2014 by Vishal and Dheeraj Khattar, and Samrat Chauhan.

Genius Corner offers an analytics platform to evaluate the performance of tutors and students. It assigns specific training modules to teachers to polish their delivery skills on specific concepts.

Source: Techcircle

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