To expand its offerings and make learning more accessible, BasicFirst learning, a leading Bootstrapped operationally profitable edtech startup announces the launch of 7 new offline centres in Bengaluru and Ranchi.
As part of its pan-India expansion strategy, the company will launch 500 more offline centres across India in the next 3 years. With the world moving forward post pandemic, BasicFirst aims to provide a more hybrid learning.
BasicFirst is an interactive online learning platform committed to enhancing live face-to-face learning for students. For its new centres, it is now bringing the same experience offline with an expert teachers panel on board. BasicFirst is
Commenting on the centre launch and expansion plan, Randhir Kumar , Founder & CEO of BasicFirst said, “With this expansion, we aim to provide learning to students even in the remotest parts of India. With highly experienced teachers and professionals from top colleges in India, IIT & Other major central universities to design teaching modules to assist students with their exams, students will now have the option to choose from various classroom experiences with our unique classroom models, all based on their comfort of studying.”
The company also offers several other services such as career counselling, 1:1 doubt clearing sessions, live learning, and support in studying abroad.Corporate, News