beGalileo, a school mathematics learning platform that uses artificial intelligence to teach mathematics in a personalized way, has raised $ 2.6 million in a round of funding led by Mumbai Angels Network, a premium platform for early stage venture investments. And other investors.
The Bangalore-based startup plans to expand its paid user base using the newly filled capital and continue to add technology and learn from its repository.
Founded in 2011 by IT professionals Avneet Makkar and Vivek Shourya, beGalileo focuses on providing 360-degree coverage to build basic cognitive abilities and problem-solving skills using mathematics, logic and code levers ज्यामुळे ensuring academic excellence as a specific by-product. beGalileo seeks to give students an in-depth understanding of what it means to think mathematically and use mathematics to navigate their daily lives.
The platform collects and analyzes performance information and uses AI to dynamically serve each student, helping beginners progress and providing challenging questions as the student complements the ‘beGalileo’ classroom learning.
Speaking of raised capital, Avneet Makkar, co-founder of beGalileoSaid
“Early learning is as much about results as it is about building basic, cognitive capacity, and it requires a more holistic, ecosystem approach to learning than converting traditional learning into digital.” In the growth phase, we look forward to accelerating our work and making students professional and leaders ready for the future. “
The goal of the startup is to build confidence, improve math, improve problem solving, increase brain function, and stimulate critical thinking.
Adding more about the investment, Co-founder, Vivek Shaurya It is said,
“We are bringing a wide range of multi-channel, multi-disciplinary approaches with state-of-the-art technology like AI and IoT with high quality, curated content. In our opinion, the needs of children’s contemporary education are still less than the difficulties and challenges that are developing in the new world, which also brings huge potential through digital tools and technologies. Our vision revolves around this place, where we have a huge scope for integrated and inclusive offerings. “
Commenting on the fund, Nandini Mansinghka, co-founder and CEO of Mumbai Angels NetworkSaid
“Ad-tech is one of the areas that has grown tremendously in recent years and India’s ad-tech sector is already one of the largest in the world. BeGalileo is doing exactly that by enabling students to develop conceptual understanding, application and most importantly thinking and reasoning skills. Increase. “
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