Launches CBSE curriculum in all GCC countries
90+ My Tuition App, a burgeoning Indian edtech start-up, has announced the start of the CBSE curriculum in Indian schools across the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries. The move is in line with the company’s aggressive expansion plans.
Recently, 90+ My Tuition App had added 13 state education board curriculums in its portfolio as a part of national expansion plans. Following its enormous success, the company is now expanding overseas. The curriculum will be launched in all GCC countries i.e., United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Oman, Qatar, and Kuwait.
Smijay Gokuldasan, Co-Founder & Chief Executive Officer, 90+ My Tuition App, says, “We at 90+ My Tuition App, believe that quality education is every child’s right. We are committed to offering quality digital tuition to all students on a shoestring budget. I’m delighted to inform that so far, people have embraced our vision, prompting us to expand our services to other nations. Students from the Indian diaspora and other countries adopt CBSE curriculum and we aim to help these students secure good grades.”
The Arabian Peninsula is one of those regions which boasts of having one of the highest concentrations of Indians residing outside of India. “From workers to executives, over 8 million Indians live in these GCC countries. The expansion will benefit lakhs of Indian students studying in more than 60 CBSE schools in these GCC countries. “Vingish Vijay, Founder and Curator of 90+ My Tuition App, noted. I’m confident that the reception we got here will be replicated there.”
90+ My Tuition App is a Bengaluru-based edtech startup started in 2018 by Vingish Vijay, Smijay Gokuldasan, and Rinto C Ravindran. The company started with an idea to bring affordable and quality textbook oriented tuitions to the doorstep of every school-going child. The app helps students irrespective of their current academic prowess, score better marks in school assessments. The app with the help of digital animations makes learning a walk in the park for the users of the app.