This partnership deal has come as a part of Teachmint’s VaaS (Video-as-a-Service) offering for EdTech firms globally to empower them with Teachmint’s state of art plug-and-play live class technology.
With this partnership deal, Teachmint strengthens its expansion in Asia. The startup had recently partnered with Bangladesh-based EdTech startup Shikho to provide live classes to millions of students in Bangladesh.
Mihir Gupta, Co-founder and CEO, Teachmint, said, “With our proprietary classroom technology, we want to power the edtech economy across the world by partnering with startups that are solving unique, scalable problems in their respective geographies.”
He added, “Today, Teachmint is the only player catering to end-to-end infrastructure needs – from independent teachers to even edtech players. We have created a new category within edtech that is focused on building the core infrastructure of online teaching itself. Our LIVE class platform is functioning at an unprecedented scale with over 10 million users adopting our platform in just over 15 months since inception. With our international partnerships, we want to revolutionize digital education across the globe and help education providers and learners truly reap its benefits.”
Teachmint is building education infrastructure globally and their VaaS offering especially enabling EdTech companies to deliver unique online learning experiences. The startup’s offering is also helping in reducing a significant go-to-market time for EdTech players by offering ready-to-launch classroom solutions to them.
Founded in 2020 by Anshuman Kumar, Mihir Gupta, Divyansh Bordia, and Payoj Jain, Teachmint’s platform offers an all-in-one solution for online teaching that includes live classes, student engagement, and admin tools.
A mobile-first video app offered by Teachmint allows tutors to seamlessly digitize their tutoring business with an easy and familiar mobile experience.
Students and tutors can also manage their coaching, tuition, school classes in one app. Teachers can create video doubt sessions anytime from anywhere with the Teachmint platform.
Over 700,000 teachers are on Teachmint’s platform and is being used in more than 1500 towns and cities in India. Besides English, the platform is also available in 10 other Indian languages.
Teachmint is backed by investors including CM Ventures, Lightspeed India Partners, Learn Capital, and Better Capital.
Malaysia-based Pandai also founded in 2020 is a Y-Combinator-backed EdTech startup that offers a learning app that emphases on K-12 learning and assessment to assist school going students.
Pandai offers gamified quizzes that are aligned to the curriculum and students can get personalized analysis. Pandai leverages AI and ML algorithms that help in identifying the strengths and weaknesses of students.