This Startup Is Using Video To Bring Quality Education To India’s Masses

Faculty Enhancement, Students Development
There’s an old adage that says the more things change, the more they stay the same. Amit Mahensaria and his co-founders are determined to prove the saying wrong, at least in India’s ed-tech space. By Casey Hynes, Forbes Mahensaria, Manish Kumar and Alok Choudary are the founders of Impartus, a Bangalore-based video learning company that has raised $4.1 million from Kaizen Private Equity. Impartus is a video learning platform that allows teachers to expand their reach beyond geographic constraints and enables more students to access quality materials. “When I was student 15 years back, I used to go into the classroom, learn from teachers, and have to photocopy notes after,” Mahensaria said. “Fifteen years later, it’s still the same.” But the education industry in India and throughout Asia is slowly…
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