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Startups focus on education system to ease the learning process

26th May 2015
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In an effort to revolutionise the way education is imparted in India, some startups have come up with innovative ideas targeting schools, from where learning process begins. These startups from Koramangala and other parts of Bengaluru have grown manifold in a…

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Experifun to Enable Learning of Science Concepts in Real Time

21st May 2015
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Rakesh Kumar and Vivek Pandey completed their Electrical Engineering from IIT BHU, Varanasi, after which Rakesh completed his MBA  from  IIM-A. The latter has over 15 years of industry experience in business strategy and implementation, with giants like Accenture, Oracle…

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Experifun aiming at experimental learning

5th May 2015
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For easy and effective learning, city schools are opting for ‘Experifun’, unique gadgets that will help students move away from rote learning. These unique gadgets help schools demystify science and give students an opportunity to explore and understand concepts of…

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Two Engineers Design Kits to Teach Science

5th May 2015
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Two IIT and IIM graduates have developed low-cost gadgets for use in science classrooms. Experifun designs and develops curriculum-based exploratory gadgets that call for no additional infrastructure. The kits allow students to engage in science experiments without the traditional lab…

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Educational tech start-ups look to up products bouquet

30th April 2015
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Bengaluru-based start-up Experifun Learning Solutions, which has developed science gadgets for easy and fun learning, plans to add more products to its kitty. The company has developed a box of tools, Caboodle, which contains various gadgets covering various science topics…

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Moving away from rote learning, Hyderabad schools are providing experiential learning options in the classroom

21st April 2015
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The present scenario of our education system focuses more on rote-based learning, rather than concentrating on providing real time knowledge.  School students do not have learning platforms to develop their creative thinking abilities or encouraged to explore science concepts. In…

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Gadgets make teaching Science simple and fun

30th March 2015
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The Science class in Anthony Claret School in the city is abuzz. Children are learning about photosynthesis. They have in their hands a gadget that beeps when it touches a leaf where photosynthesis is on. Every time there is a…

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New ventures like Experifun, Magic Crate offer services and products that cater to children

7th March 2015
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Double income families, that are strapped for time, have become big spenders on children’s products and services, which is proving to be a lucrative market forstartups. Companies like Experifun, Magic Crate andKidology are cashing in on this trend and have…

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Hands-on labs help children question academic axioms

6th January 2015
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From the Sunday-guardian.com n our classrooms, Science is taught like History. In History you are told that such event happened in such and such century. Similarly in Science, students are taught Newton’s three laws, without letting them explore, experience and…

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Pearson Makes Seed Investment In Experifun

6th January 2015
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From Nextbigwhat.com Pearson has announced a seed investment in Bangalore based education startup Experifun through the Pearson Affordable Learning Fund (PALF). Experifun, winner of Pearson’s Edupreneur programme, allows teachers and students to conduct innovative science experiments and activities via low cost...
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