Kriger Campus, the edtech startup based out of New Delhi which says it is building a platform for one and the all that are related to education at any given point has raised a seed funding of Rs 30 lakh ($46,140) from a Delhi-based The angel investor who remains anonymous.
The company in a statement said that it will use the fresh funding in growing their team as well as developing their website and mobile app. Suraj Satyarthi an IIM Indore alumnus along with IIT Mandi graduate Chandan Satyarthi and Sikkim Manipal University Neeraj Kumar Verma founded the firm with the aim of helping the students, faculties and all the stakeholders involved in the education ecosystem.
The platform of Kriger Campus can be used by students, teachers, colleges and other educational institutes to grow their network, be updated about various exams and results, exchange notes, ideas and buy or sell educational materials as well. Career counseling will be an added asset which students or parents can use for their guidance.
Verma while talking about the missing cog in the current scenario set that after consulting with thousands of students through a number of seminars, they realized that something is missing and that’s how the idea of Kriger Campus originated for the first time.
“Kriger wants to be the single platform for any kind of information relating to the education system in India. Our aim is to provide the required educational resources to the Indian population by connecting with all stakeholders of the system together,” said Verma.
For the moment the platform will not be charging anything from the students and institutes but plans to roll out a number of paid services later in the year. They also plan to open a marketplace for the students and institutes who can buy or sell educational content through that marketplace.
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