Startup Sunday || Season 3 Episode 33 || Vidyakul

Education has become a costly affair with the rise in the demographics of children and young adults in the Indian educational system. The Indian education sector has seen high growth in the past two decades with parents looking to admit their children into English medium schools. The rise in private schools training young children in the foreign language, along with teaching them moral education and modern etiquettes, appealed to the rising Indian middle class. This also led to the number of students passing 12th every year. In the subsequent days, new private graduation and post graduation institutes and universities have been established following norms laid down by Government regulated norms and principles.

Such an increase in the number of students to an average of 45-50 students in a batch has resulted in a lack of attention to individual students. In this edition of Startup Sunday, we the Entrepreneurship Cell got an opportunity to talk to the CEO/Founder of one such startup which is working towards making quality education accessible & affordable to every child from the best teachers across India.Viyakul

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Startup Sunday || Season 3 Episode 32 || New E-Commerce Policy of India

“We will continue to see a convergence of the digital world and physical world. Those who conquer that trend would be market leaders.” – John Phillips, Pepsico Inc

In this episode of Startup Sunday, The Entrepreneurship Cell brings to you insights on the newly formed E-Commerce policy of India which came into force from February 2019.

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