Edu-tech company Genius Corner Raises USD 250,000 from Singapore-based Individual Investors


New Delhi, India,
February 2020- Noida based Genius Corner, an Edu-tech organization that offers
personalized learning programs in K-12 segment raised USD 250,000 from Individual
Investors. The Singapore-based investors include Mahesh Mohta, Jyoti Arora,
Nachu Subramanian and Srivats. The funds raised by Genius Corner will be
utilized to on-board additional 30,000 students on the platform. The company
had raised Rs 2 crore in the year 2018.
Genius Corner was
started by a passionate and student-friendly team led by Vishal Khatter, Dheeraj
Khatter and Dipak Varshney with the vision to redefine learning and make the
process of learning personalized. Genius Corner uses AAA (Assess, Analyse and
Act) framework to enable personalize learning using AI and ML.
Vishal Khatter, Co-Founder, Genius Corner
According to Vishal
Khatter, Co-Founder, Genius Corner, “Genius Corner has delivered more than
one million hours of personalized learning across 50,000 students”. He also
added that Genius Corner 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.
According to Mahesh
Mohta, Singapore-based Investor, “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. It
covers the needs of various kinds of learners like visual learners,
kinaesthetic learners, and auditory learners.
With a desire to make
an impact on Indian society and outstanding leadership abilities, Genius Corner
has been working constantly to improve the performance and results of students.