PhysicsWallah Invests USD 10 Million in Vidyapeeth School Programme to Revolutionize Education in India
PhysicsWallah to Enter K-12 Segment with Innovative Digital Learning Products
22 April 2023
PhysicsWallah wants to invest USD 10 million in its school-integrated program, Vidyapeeth School, to reduce the requirement for kids to attend separate coaching sessions, to reduce the requirement for kids to attend separate coaching sessions, to reduce the requirement for kids to attend separate coaching sessions, to reduce the requirement for kids to attend separate coaching sessions.
The program now provides live lessons, and real-time apps for resolving doubts, modules, and assessments, among other things, and is accessible in 39 schools throughout 34 districts in India.
By 2025–2026, PhysicsWallah wants to extend the program to 300 schools and is making investments in establishing school infrastructure, producing high-quality material, developing pedagogy, and improving academic standards.
PhysicsWallah, an online educational technology platform, plans to invest USD 10 million (about Rs 82 crore) over several phases in its school-integrated program Vidyapeeth School. The program, now offered in 39 schools, is made to lessen the need for the students to attend separate coaching courses by integrating the knowledge and abilities needed to prepare for the JEE, NEET, and CBSE examinations into regular classroom instruction.
Now, 34 districts in 10 Indian states—Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Bihar, Assam, Jharkhand, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, and Haryana—are participating in the initiative. The firm intends to invest a total of $10 million over time, of which $5 million will be used to build up infrastructure in schools and the other $5 million will be used to generate high-quality content, pedagogical innovations, and academic advancement.
By 2025–2026, PhysicsWallah hopes to implement the Vidyapeeth School curriculum in 300 schools. They want to increase access to high-quality education in rural regions by extending their reach to tier III-IV cities and villages around the nation. The course is advantageous for grade 11 students preparing for the CBSE and JEE/NEET examinations and will primarily concentrate on Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics, and Biology.
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A school-integrated initiative called the Vidyapeeth School Center aims to lessen the need for children to attend separate coaching programs. The curriculum is now being used in 39 schools throughout 34 districts in India. Nevertheless, PhysicsWallah plans to expand this initiative by spending $10 million over several phases, of which $5 million will go towards building infrastructure in educational institutions. In addition, to live seminars, the package includes modules, quizzes, and apps for instantly resolving questions.
The program's objective is to include in normal classroom instruction the ideas and abilities needed for the CBSE examinations as well as JEE and NEET preparation. Each student would pay less than Rs 2,000 per month for the services supplied, with the corporation investing Rs 8–10 lakh in putting up the infrastructure in each school.
Next year, PhysicsWallah plans to launch digital learning goods in the K–12 market that will be sold through both online and offline channels. Together with related literature, digital courses will be offered for sale. This decision was made at a time when funding for the tech industry has stalled, investors have grown wary, and demand for online courses has decreased as a result of schools and offline coaching facilities reopening.