Two students have developed an app using which students can interact with industry experts to get their queries resolved
Bengaluru:22-year-old Rishabh Garg and 21-year-old Lucky are both final year students of NIT Kurukshetra. In the second year of college, the two developed an app together, but stopped abruptly.
After their internship in the third year, they decided to have a startup.
They created a platform named quantel.in. Using this platform, industry experts could interact one-to-one with students and give them expert solutions.
Lucky and Rishabh invested Rs 1500 in their EdTech startup but as it grew, he also got funding of Rs 15 lakh from California and today the value of his company has reached Rs 2.5 crore.
As Rishabh, quoted by Dainik Bhaskar, says, “We designed a platform in which students could get answers to their questions on what to do after 12th. They all interacted with experts from different sectors of the industry. Through this platform, students can interact one-to-one with industry experts, ask their questions and experts understand the problem of students and give them personal guidance and solutions. On this platform, the student can ask any kind of question to the expert without hesitation”.
But how is the website unique?
Rishabh claims that no company or startup in the market organizes one-to-one sessions with experts at a lower rate. They have reached more than 10,000 students of many colleges and universities in the country so far.
Lucky adds, "Through this startup, we aim to reach personal guidance to every needy student. Our focus is on students from tier-2 and tier-3 cities rather than tier-1. Business is in our own place, but through this we want to create social impact too, so that the right guidance and mentorship reach as many students as possible at affordable rates.”
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Last Updated Jan 28, 2021, 3:27 PM IST