Smart Labs in Classrooms
Conversing over a cup of coffee, Vivek Pandey and a professor from IIM-A (Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad) were talking about education in India. The professor asked Vivek, an IIT graduate in electrical engineering, “Why is Laplace the fundamental of so many solutions?” Vivek had no answer to this and got him thinking about his engineering days – did he not understand, did the teacher not do a good job, was it too boring or could there be a different way of teaching?
Vivek realized that the students need to explore, visualize and be intrigued for better learning but more importantly teachers need tools in the classroom to deliver these learning needs. Thus, Vivek started up Experifun along with 3 other co-founders: Ekta Pandey, Rakesh Kumar and Rashmi Singh, who all bring in different backgrounds. They bootstrapped to begin with but very soon got a veteran from the education field as an investor to back them.