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A unique Math eLearning platform launched in India

June 27, 2016

According to an official release on July 23,, an online math learning platform conceptualised and founded by Delhi-based educators and tech industry veterans has been officially launched in India. The website offers a comprehensive and effective assessment infrastructure that focuses on helping a child understand the subject of mathematics categorised by classes and topics. has fine-tuned services for 15 countries, including India, US, UK, Canada and Australia for students of classes 4 to 10. is backed by a group of teachers, technologists and parents who got together to create a system that could help their own children. Once they successfully created a system that they felt satisfied the needs of their children, they decided to share it with others so that everyone can benefit from it.

The speciality of this unique math eLearning platform is that it can create virtually unlimited number of new questions of various types – objective, descriptive, fill in the blanks, matching etc. on any topic in maths, along with step-by-step solutions to each of them. As a result, it enables users to do unlimited practice and assessments in the topics of their choice while learning simultaneously the approaches on how to solve each question.  Practice and assessments can be done online or can be printed out and done on paper as per the user’s convenience. Other than the school curriculum, also provides printable worksheets, online practice and online tests to students preparing for competitions such as IMO, Olympiad, or NSTSE and guarantee that the goals are finally achieved.

Online education is becoming very popular for several reasons these days. Comments Om Kanwar, co-founder, who is a Computer Science graduate from IIT Delhi, “The e-learning market in India is estimated to be around $3 billion. The e-learning sector is expected to receive a boost from the government. India’s e-learning sector is expected to grow at a compounded annual rate of 17.4 percent between 2013 and 2018, twice as fast as the global average.”  Because of the higher internet and smartphone penetration, the online learning space in India is growing manifold.

He further adds, “Success at so many professions and in so many fields depends on being good at maths, engineering, CA, architecture, music, investment banking, trading, stock markets, and the list goes on. Maths thus can be seen as the most important subject for a child, and still it is this same subject that children fear the most. But, not anymore!”

According to Anamika Sinha, co-founder,, “We want to provide a way for students to hone their mathematical skills, but as we expand, we’ll be adding content that is driven by our philosophy. We’ll also be adding a parallel system targeted to the subject of science”

Other USPs of include:

Recall therapy: Parents may have very little time to work with their child, and may have forgotten all the school level maths. But, can turn them into a super-teacher for their child.

Work backwards and fill the learning gaps: is a great teacher. It is equipped to help student practice well. It works backward to fill the learning gaps. Moreover, will continually assess the student on his/her readiness towards the goals, be it an annual school exam, a unit test or a competition like IMO or NSTSE and guarantee that the goals are finally achieved.

Learning Maths effectively, easily and by having fun: Every time a user visits, it will tell them exactly what to do next. It can give them printable worksheets for practicing specific things or ask them to spend some time doing online practice. It may give a printable test to access their learning on specific aspects or suggest them to take a test online. does not restrict the user in any sense. One can choose any class, topic or exam, and download as many worksheets for offline learning or do as much practice online as they wish.

Cheap online learning: Online learning solutions are great, but most come with a heavy price tag. While the basic service at is free, the premium one is very affordable too.

In order to avail the services, one can get started by registering absolutely free on the website With the free account, there are some limits on the amount of activity a user can do in a week, and the step-by-step instructions are missing. On payment of a subscription fee as low as Rs. 84 per month, these restrictions are lifted, and users can make full use of the service.

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