New Delhi : The COVID-19 outbreak and the resultant uncertainty has impacted schools and educational institutes across India. Rising to the occasion, Indian Edtech major Meritnation, a subsidiary of test preparation leader Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), is conducting special free live classes for students during the lockdown helping them continue their studies.
Meritnation has opened up its Live Classes and entire range of study resources for students of Grades 6-12 at no cost, until the lockdown is lifted. The premium study resources provided by Meritnation include:
- Videos, animations explaining concepts
- Variety of tests and Smart Reports that give students valuable insights
- Access to a data bank of over 40 lakh questions answered by experts
- Supporting text and downloadable Revision Notes for easy reference
- Solutions for NCERT and other textbooks
Meritnation is also conducting Live Classes for students appearing for JEE/NEET, at no charge. Additionally, more details about the Free Live Classes by Meritnation can be viewed here – www.meritnation.com/liveclass
Mr Pavan Chauhan, Founder and CEO of Meritnation believes that the ability to adapt is important for success. “Students across India are coming online to study in huge numbers. The popularity of our Live Classes with thousands of students joining in every day clearly shows that students are increasingly getting used to the concept of online learning. Meritnation will continue to offer Free Live Classes on its platform till the lockdown is called off, and will be there to ensure that the students get all the help to study from the safety of their homes. All educators can reach out to Meritnation for any assistance that they may need to help students”, he said.
Added Mr Aakash Chaudhry, Director and CEO of Aakash Educational Services Limited (AESL), “For the AESL family ‘Student First’ has always been our key driver. I am pleased to announce support to students who are continuing their education from home. Let our tech platform disruption win over the disruption in education caused by Covid-19 virus.”