Published: 03rd May 2018
This online edu-tech start-up helps aspirants crack Civil Services exam
NeoStencilon, a live learning platform is helping students across the country to pass civil service exams
Edu-tech startup NeoStencilon on Thursday said its online platform has helped over hundred candidates crack the Civil Services examination this year.
''More than 120 online selections in UPSC 2017 and 8 online students ranking in top 100 clearly show that we have been able to deliver what we have always promised - top-quality courses from top quality teachers and a seamless live learning experience,'' NeoStencil Co-Founder and CEO Kush Beejal said.
NeoStencil provides aspirants easy and seamless access to the best teachers without the need to relocate or face the hassle of tiring travel.
Such increasing number of selections from the online mode is a testimony to the fact that online classes for UPSC exam have emerged as a strong alternative to the traditional preparation methodology, he adds.
Last year, over 100 selections in UPSC including AIR 5 and 9 were online students of this learning platform.
Even students who reside in coaching hubs see value in online education.
Saumya Sharma (AIR -9) chose NeoStencil's online courses despite belonging to Delhi.
Doing so, she was able to save time travelling to and from coaching centres, and waiting for teachers to start classes.
NeoStencil is an ed-tech startup founded by alumni from AIIMS, IIT and IIMs.
It is a live-learning platform which connects India's best teachers' classrooms with students across India.
More than 60 popular teachers across the country are on board this ed â€“ tech start-up.