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10 edtech startups which pitches for investment at The Final Battle by Edupreneur Village

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Edupreneur Village is a Delhi based early stage VC fund focused on supporting Edtech startups in India. They have been around for a while and recently organised their flagship event, The Final Battle, where 10 startups, chosen from thousands of applications they got from across the country, pitched in front of a large group of investors in a bid to secure funding for their further journey.

The ten edtech platforms that pitched for investment are Scholr, Memory Trix, Don’t Memorize, Mintbook, Clap Global, Witblox, MySuperBrain, CogniAble, One0x, and KareerMatrix.

Here are the details of the 10 startups that pitched their product ideas during the Edupreneur Village: The Final Battle event.

Scholr: It was founded by Manil Gupta and Himanshu Numje in 2015.

The Mumbai-based Scholr, is an AI based learning assistant for school students. It is goto app for students to solve any of their academic doubts. Students just have to take a snapshot of their question and they get step-by-step guidance to that question within 5 seconds.

Memory Trix: It is a New-Delhi-based edtech platform, which was founded by Arjun Narasimhan and Kripa Narasimhan in 2014.

Memorytrix is a new kind of personalised vocabulary memorisation tool designed to boost English Vocabulary Learning and Recall. Based on the research in the field of memory science, the tool blends verbal and visual mnemonic techniques perfectly to improve Vocabulary Strength, Language Proficiency & Cognitive Skills.

Don’t Memorize: Founded in 2013 by Ganesh Pai, which brings to the world of edutech a complete learning experience through a combination of relevant content and cutting edge technology via videos (on Youtube). These free captivating educational videos can be used by students to review concepts, parents to refresh their knowledge and even teachers who flip their classrooms.

Mintbook: The platform was founded by Kalaivani Chittaranjan in 2013. It is a Bengaluru-based edtech platform, which provides technological solutions to the logistical barriers in the way of knowledge.

MBox, the latest product of the platform, is a smart learning device designed to help young students understand complex topics. This pocket-tool contains a digital library of eBooks, videos and other multimedia relevant to different subjects and interests.

Clap Global: Aarti Chhabria started it in 2015. It is a Mumbai-based edtech platform through which international travellers can visit and speak with students inlocal schools, to make classroom learning more experiential.

Witblox: Based out of Mumbai, the firm was founded by Amit Modi in 2016. It is an Electronic Building Blocks for endless innovations designed and developed by TechShiksha.

Witblox is lego like electronic building blocks with specific functions. They can be connected to one another to build different circuits, logic and applications. The platform is used by children to make different Robots, Electronic circuits and applications, projects and innovation.

MySuperBrain: Founded by Raghavender Reddy and YuvaRaju Atmakurami in 2011. It is a platform for school students to learn new things, participate in competitions and also showcase their exceptional skills in multiple activities.

MySuperBrain is an attempt to bring out the all rounder in every student. Every student is special, but for a lot of reasons we do not the see the full potential of students come to fruition.

CogniAble: A Gurugram-based mental health care startup was founded by Manu Kohli in 2016. It is a Machine Learning makiDriven company, which specializes in Deep Learning, Autism, Machine Learning, Data Science, Screening, Treatment, Applied behavior Analysis, and Artificial Intelligence.

One0x: It was started by Akash Bansal and Sahil Parekh in 2017. It is the revolutionary new Information Exchange Infrastructure for ed-tech companies. With its proprietary learning data exchange technology, members can securely and instantly access student learning data across multiple organizations.

KareerMatrix: The platform was founded by Tarun Tyagi in 2014. A pre-assessed platform which connects candidates to new opportunities in any location and end-to-end digital hiring platform that accelerates the ‘Sourcing to hire’ cycle for businesses by providing high-tech recruitment tools.

It aims at becoming an employability indexing platform, where entry and middle level global work-force measure themselves to showcase their talent to recruiters and corporates, irrespective of location, seamlessly connect, communicate and collaborate to fulfil each other’s requirement.

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