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 Last year was the year of spread of the pandemic Covid-19 which wiped a lot of business and also harmed the personal liberty of the people at an extent. Due to this pandemic, every section of society affected adversely and founded an alternate option for every essentials  by keeping a view on physical distancing factor.


 But from the students point of view it was a very tough time as all the schools and colleges remained closed for a long while. The studies of the students had been fully depended on technological equipments available to them.



The Ed-tech companies had done extremely great work and converted this "disaster into opportunity" . They have managed to change the ideology of the students and their parents and made them realize that studies are no longer limited to educational institutions only. It is expected that the education in  year 2021 will also be partially depended on the digital platforms, so this year is very crucial for these Startups.

Ed-tech Startups to watch out for in 2021 -:

  • BYJU'S -: 


It was founded by Byju Raveendran in the year 2011, and was developed by Think and Learn Pvt. Ltd. It is an education tutoring app which provides lectures of each and every topic of classes 1st to 12th.  Its headquarters are in Bangalore. The company with a quotation of $11.1 billion. is a outstrip market contender with highest market share in India's growing edtech room. This year is very important for it as it is gaining popularity rapidly. It has the 40 million subscribers around the globe. Recently Byju's aquired the the coding app white hat juniors for $300 million. 
 

  • Edutinker



Edutinker  is a student teacher management application developed by Akash Agarwal and Nilesh Gupta . It is a platform which provides a digital connection between teachers, students and parents and It has been able to create a somewhat offline classroom like environment. It's a unique student venture management app that brutalizes the attendance of the students and sends a instantaneous notification to the non-attenders. It also lets the teachers share study material with a single click which makes it's use very easy.  On Edutinker teacher can manage assignments, reports and can also evaluate the assignment.

  • Unacademy


Unacademy was started as a youtube channel in the year 2010 by Gourav Munjal and established as a company in the year 2015 with its headquarters in Bangalore. The story of Unacademy is very motivational as its journey started from youtube in 2010 and bacame the one of the sponser of the biggest sports league of the India (IPL) in 2020. It is a platform which provides complete preperation for the toughest competitive examinations of India. It hires the topmost faculties in India and connects them with the students. Unacademy offers both free and paid courses to the students. 

  • Vedantu


Vedantu  is an online Education Industry, which is founded by  Vamsi Krishna with its headquarters in Bangalore. It is one of the leading tutoring website of India and provides whole syllabus of CBSE, ISCE boards and NTSE, Olympiads etc. Even it also tutors the students of IIT-JEE. It provides completely free online classes on its website and on the application. It also offers free study materials and free doubt solving session. In 2015, Vedantu was also given the award of 'Most Promising and Innovative Live Online Tutoring Platform in India' by Praxis Media. The net revenue of vedantu is $500.9 million. 

  • iMET Global


iMET Global was founded by Deppak Goel in April 2011, and percieved as a community to develop, practice and promote the value of creativity, innovation and entrepreneurship. It is staunched to the education of the new-era by focusing on the talent-building process. iMET global platform teaches various kind of skills such as Digital marketing, internet marketing, ORM, SEO, Google protocols, business planning etc. It also brings Industrial training after completion of any course through it and also asks for the practical assignments. It acts as a mentor for the learners.


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