Coronavirus pandemic has closed the doors of school, college, universities. There are more than 1.5 billion children has been stuck at home right now. Their mood swings are turning around because of this new kind of classes.
There are many schools; institutions are taking initiatives to conduct online classes. Many of the technical schools are also offering free classes for basic start-ups to the students. Thus the stressful moods are swinging away by learning technically.
Byju’s learning app is one of the popular education startup in India, founded by Bydu Raveendran. He announced in the early weeks of March, the app will be accessed will be for all the children. There are more than 40 million users of this app. 3 million subscribers have paid $150 and $200 for its annual subscription.
After this announcement, the number of the user has been increased at such pace, that the app has been started producing more learning articles and videos for more engagement. There are many education start-ups are emerging these days to develop the skills among the students, named Unacademy, Vedantu etc.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has been stated that the students must be learning from the home. Thus all of the delegate institutions have been started virtual classes to engage the student in home education.