Bangalore, May 18
Edtech unicorn Unacademy has announced its foray into offline learning at future Unacademy centers.
The first Unacademy center will start operating in Kota next month, and then similar contact points will be in Jaipur, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Patna, Pune and Delhi. The brand aims to enroll up to 15,000 students in the first group at Unacademy centers.
All Unacademy centers will soon start regular offline classes, starting with one Kota. There will also be a national scholarship exam where title holders can receive scholarships. The company will soon report more details about the test.
These centers are built on the same base as the Unacademy Worlds. The 18,000-square-foot area is located on the four floors of the Cat. Along with an organized schedule of offline classes by faculty, students will have access to field counselors, libraries, and branded goods at all centers.
These Unacademy centers will promote offline classes for students and expand access to faculty in the NEET UG, IT JEE and Foundation course categories (9-12). With this new approach Unacademy seeks to meet the growing demand for interpersonal mentoring for students.
The offline packages will offer personal mentoring and resolving doubts, regular classes with parents and teachers, and offline learning using a high-tech infrastructure.
Gavrov Mundjal, co-founder and CEO of Unacademy Group, said: “Our experience points -” Unacademy World “have received good feedback from students, many of whom have also expressed the need for personal learning.”
May 18, 2022