Unacademy has announced a foray into offline learning with its new Unacademy centers. The first Unacademy Center will start operating in Kota by June, which will promote offline classes for students in the categories of National Entrance Tests (NEET UG), IIT Joint Entrance Exams (JEE) and Basic Courses (grades 9-12).
Unacademy will hold a national scholarship – entrance tests for package tests, and the centers will soon start regular offline classes, starting with Kota. The next centers will open in Jaipur, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Patna, Pune and Delhi.
“Our points of experience -“ Unacademy World ”provoked a huge reaction from students, many of whom also expressed the need for personal learning from teachers. “With the Unacademy Center, we offer the best of Unacademy, India’s best teachers, best-in-class technology and products, and the latest infrastructure for our students,” said Gaurov Munjal, co-founder and CEO of Unacademy Group.
Autonomous groups will include pedagogy and learning materials prepared by India’s best teachers, personal mentoring and resolving doubts, regular parent-teacher sessions and flagship autonomous learning experiences. The company aims to enroll up to 15,000 students in the first group at Unacademy centers.
These centers are built on the same modern base as the Unacademy Worlds. The 18,000-square-foot area is spread over four floors in Kota. In addition, students will have access to field consultants, a modern library and branded goods at all of these centers.
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