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Edtech startup Genius Corner Secures Funding from Singapore based Investors

Genius Corner, a Noida based edtech startup, has raised US$ 250K from clutch of Investors based in Singapore.  The Singapore-based investors include Mahesh Mohta, Jyoti Arora, Nachu Subramanian and Srivats.

K-12 focused edtech startup Genius Corner scoops up US$ 250K in fresh funding…

Genius Corner will use the proceedings to bring additional 30,000 students on its online platform.  The company had secured funding of nearly Rs 2 crore in the financial year 2018.

Mahesh Mohta, Singapore-based Investor, said “Genius Corner has a unique/innovative value proposition and business model that allows them to onboard students at a much higher velocity.”

The company has primarily leveraged innovative technologies like artificial intelligence, machine learning, internet, and data analytics to identify the pattern in the scores of the students and prepare the further specialized learning content for them which complies with the learning frameworks like Bloom’s taxonomy,” Mohta added.

About Genius Corner

Genius Corner was founded by Vishal Khatter, Dheeraj Khatter and Dipak Varshney. The company aims to provide highly personalized learning in the school ambience. Through personalized learning, the startup seeks to address individual need, skills and interest of each student studying in K-12 segment.

Genius Corner has delivered more than one million hours of personalized learning across 50,000 students”.

He also added “GeniusCorner 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.

 

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