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Singapore-based edtech startup Teachee launches in India

Singapore-based education technology company Teachee has announced its launch in India. A subsidiary of Vlight Technology Pte, the brand enters the Indian market on the back of huge success in South Korea.

Following the India launch, the platform will be launched in a further 10 countries by the end of 2022.
Following the India launch, the platform will be launched in a further 10 countries by the end of 2022. Photo courtesy: QS

Teachee already boasts of more than 35,000 educators on the platform since the launch of its beta in October of last year. 

With online education gaining momentum in the country, Teachee helps educators build a successful practice and design a fully branded website without the need for technical expertise.

The patented and secured platform allows instructors to build and curate their own curriculum with ease. Teachers and educators can now sell online courses, take tests & assignments, conduct live classes, share recorded videos and do much more.

Aakash Kasaundhan
Aakash Kasaundhan, operations manager for Teachee in India. Photo courtesy: Linkedin

Teachers and educators can now sell online courses, take tests and assignments, conduct live classes, share recorded videos and do much more. They can chat with students and check their performance reports with just a couple of clicks. 

Aakash Kasaundhan, an IIT-BHU alumnus with more than 10 years of start-up experience, and co-founder of two EdTech ventures, will lead the operations for Teachee in India.

He said that Teachee was created to help educators start up their own institute and have the ability to expand their business in a cost-effective manner.

"During the pandemic, the ability to teach and learn was pushed to the limits with people forced to turn to online platforms for learning. However, this has also created the need for a specialised learning platform that benefits both the educator and the student," he added.

Following the India launch, the platform will be launched in a further 10 countries by the end of 2022.

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