ⓘ Image details: Genius Corner Co-founder Vishal Khatter, Image source: Supplied
The Noida, India-based edtech startup Genius Corner announced today that it has raised $250K funding from a few Singapore-based angel investors which include Mahesh Mohta, Jyoti Arora, Nachu Subramanian and Srivats. The company provides personalised learning programs to students in K-12 segment. The company in a statement mentioned that they are planning to utilise the fresh funds to onboard over 30,000 new students on the platform.
Commenting on the investment round, Mahesh Mohta said…
“Genius Corner has a unique/innovative value proposition and business model that allows them to onboard students at a much higher velocity”.
Expressing his vision for Genius Corner, the co-founders Vishal Khatter, Dheeraj Khatter and Dipak Varshney added that Genius Corner aims to redefine learning and make the process of learning personalised. The company follows AAA (Assess, Analyse and Act) framework to enable personalised learning and leverages AI, ML, and Data Analytics to identify the pattern in the scores of the students and prepare the further specialised learning content for them which complies with the learning frameworks like Bloom’s taxonomy. It covers the needs of various kinds of learners like visual learners, kinaesthetic learners, and auditory learners.
Vishal Khatter also affirmed that Genius Corner has great student/parent engagement and the prime reason is that the personalized learning modules are built carrying the daily context of students learning outcome from school.
“Genius Corner has delivered more than one million hours of personalized learning across 50,000 students”
– Vishal Khatter, Co-founder, Genius Corner
The company back in 2018 raised INR 20,000,000 in an angel round and desires to make an impact on Indian society by improving the performance and results of the students