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An educational application has been developed for free lectures to students.

The closure of educational institutions during the Corona epidemic has made it difficult for students to continue their teaching, especially in secondary schools and colleges, as they have difficulty getting tuition with schools. Yes, technology-based startup Edkasa has eased these difficulties for students by reducing the uncertainty about teaching activities.

With this platform developed by the students of Lahore University of Management Sciences, intermediate level students besides ninth and tenth class affiliated to all the education boards of Pakistan can get distinction marks by preparing for the exams sitting at home. The main goal is to provide students with a world-class teaching experience for exam preparation.
So far, more than 40 schools in Pakistan have been connected to this platform which guides students in the form of mobile application and helps in curriculum development and 55,000 students are benefiting from this unique educational application. Experienced and highly qualified teachers provide online guidance to students through recorded lectures.

Approximately 4,500 video lectures in various classes on difficult subjects such as math, English, biology, chemistry and physics are also part of the application, which allows students to clear basic concepts as well as learn learning techniques.

In addition, 15,000 short questions (MCQs) related to various subjects are also part of this application. The student associated with the application is also racked so that the students know how effective their preparation is.

Investors are also gaining traction due to the usefulness of Edkasa, led by i2I Ventures, Walled City Company, Xian Capital, and South Asia Strategic Angels investors have invested پری 320,000 in the pre-seed round

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