Acadza Offers JEE/NEET Aspirants A Blend Of Coaching And EdTech Support
From clearing backlogs to obtaining personalized assignments, the upcoming startup guides students every step of the way
February 2: Acadza, a bright upcoming EdTech startup dedicated to helping JEE/NEET aspirants, provides students with end-to-end coaching and a range of digital tools that help them prepare for and crack their examinations effectively. The company aims at making learning easier and more organized for the millennials who spend most of their time in front of digital screens.
Acadza personalizes the journey of every user based on their specific needs and preferences. The tools are designed to ensure the holistic development of the students as they prepare for JEE/NEET examinations. By providing a centralized platform to the users, Acadza ensures that they have all relevant tools at their disposal without the need to switch between platforms.
Every tool offered by Acadza is curated to cater to the individual needs of students as they prepare for their examinations, right from helping them clear their backlogs to make them revise the lessons learned. Moreover, the EdTech startup does not compromise on the quality of education by working with a team of highly qualified teachers who have been successful in producing top 100 ranks in the past with their dedication and passion. These teachers who support Acadia’s refreshing take on coaching and the education system have taught students who have enrolled in prestigious institutes across the country, including IIT Bombay, IIT Delhi, AIIMS, and more.
Acadza is driven by the mission of ‘handholding’ the students throughout their educational journeys. Being the first institute in the country to provide coaching as well as EdTech support to students, Acadza ensures that the aspirants are assisted during their self-study sessions as well. This ensures the holistic development of students, helping them attain their goals in the best way possible.
The EdTech startup has been welcomed by students with open arms. Nivedita, one of the students associated with Acadza says, “I was struggling to find the right platform with dedicated teachers to help me leverage my skills and knowledge. It was Acadza that helped me in my journey and made it possible for me to get enrolled in my dream institute.”
Anshul Singhal, the founder and CEO of Acadza, believes that it is important for EdTech companies to start thinking from the students’ point of view. He says, “JEE/NEET aspirants often go through a lot of stress while preparing for the coveted examinations. This affects the overall learning experience of students as they try to manage a plethora of activities at once. Through Acadza, we intend to ease the burden of students by providing them with a unified digital platform that personalizes their learning experience. We hope our initiative is instrumental in helping deserving students crack their examinations seamlessly without studying under tremendous pressure.”