IQGrain wants to deliver learning materials to every student in India, no matter how remote their school is
1 May 2019 8:45 PM GMT
India loves mobile apps, and Fireant Networks wants to use this fondness to deliver additional learning material to students in the smallest and remotest schools of India.
- Gurugram-based IQGrain, however, wants its school app to provide all of these features but also be more about learning and helping students and their schools perform better.
- "We want to touch the lives of each student in India to improve performance of teachers and students by enabling them to have easy access to quality educational content and tools offered by reputed institutes/faculty from across the country," says Prince Jain, one of the three co-founders of Fireant Networks, which built the IQGrain app.
- In addition to student-related information to parents, IQGrain also seeks to give students access to the best of education content to supplement what is learned in school.
- The founders also say that they plan to offer this solution to various state governments to help them in monitoring government schools, and improve the quality of education and monitor their performance.