07 Jun. 16 BENGALURU: Bengaluru based EdTech start-up, Cuemath raised $4 Million (Rs. 27 crore approx.) From its investors – Sequoia India and Unitus Seed Fund.
The company plans to use this capital to expand their services at other cities.
According to sources and reports by ET, founder and CEO of Cuemath – Manan Khurma said, “Each child works on his/her own learning trajectory , independent of the next child. This is possible since ours is a learning-by-doing model and the teacher is only facilitating the learning process instead of teaching.”
Cuemath was founded in 2011 by Manan Khurma, and is operated by Cuelearn Pvt. Ltd. The company has over a 1,000 Cuemath Centres operating across the nation in cities like Delhi NCR, Bangalore, Mumbai, Chennai, Pune, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad, among others.
The company offers sophisticated after-school maths learning program for students from lower kindergarten (LKG) to 8 grade. The company’s concept brings out the true beauty of math by out-of-the-box program through ultra-modern paper-based and online activities that includes puzzles and game-like skill levels.
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