This edtech startup is using gamification to accelerate learning for students, hiring for corporates

YOURSTORY

August 17, 2020

Staying ahead of the competition isn’t easy for students and young professionals. Hyderabad-based edtech startup EduThrill aims to make the journey easier with its suite of products in the education and HR space to revolutionise the way assessments are done.

Founded in 2017 by Amit Arora and Leela Kaza, EduThrill uses gamification to deliver tests and assessment tools. It helps students prepare for competitive exams, corporates to accelerate recruitment and training assessment, institutes to improve the quality of their academics, and job-seekers to prepare and get jobs of their choice.

“EduThrill stands out due to its easy-to-use multilingual interface, low internet footprint requirement, and offline enablement. We have also created content that the same demographic is interested in consuming. Users don’t need to invest in expensive gadgets or laptops, and can use EduThrill in the freemium model,” Amit says.

The startup is working to make career-enhancing technology accessible to meritorious students and job-seekers, irrespective of their geographical location or purchasing power, and help corporates and institutes. The games-based mode of learning helps in improvisation and retention, with an increase in student engagement levels and eventually scores.

This edtech startup is using gamification to accelerate learning for students, hiring for corporates

YOURSTORY

August 17, 2020

Staying ahead of the competition isn’t easy for students and young professionals. Hyderabad-based edtech startup EduThrill aims to make the journey easier with its suite of products in the education and HR space to revolutionise the way assessments are done.

Founded in 2017 by Amit Arora and Leela Kaza, EduThrill uses gamification to deliver tests and assessment tools. It helps students prepare for competitive exams, corporates to accelerate recruitment and training assessment, institutes to improve the quality of their academics, and job-seekers to prepare and get jobs of their choice.

“EduThrill stands out due to its easy-to-use multilingual interface, low internet footprint requirement, and offline enablement. We have also created content that the same demographic is interested in consuming. Users don’t need to invest in expensive gadgets or laptops, and can use EduThrill in the freemium model,” Amit says.

The startup is working to make career-enhancing technology accessible to meritorious students and job-seekers, irrespective of their geographical location or purchasing power, and help corporates and institutes. The games-based mode of learning helps in improvisation and retention, with an increase in student engagement levels and eventually scores.

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