Sat. Feb 24th, 2024



NEW DELHI: Edtech firm Cuemath has forayed offline with the launch of its first physical math learning centre in Gurgaon. Growing parental demand for in-person math classes which allows for providing personalised attention to learners, necessitated the move, the firm said in a statement on Tuesday.
The learning center will be accessible to students from grades K–12.Cuemath plans to open additional learning centers both nationally and internationally, focusing on regions with a high demand for face-to-face classes. The company counts the US, UK, UAE, Singapore, and India as its key markets. The company claimed that it has brought in a new set of trained and certified math tutors for the initiative.
“We continually strive to enhance our offering even further to improve the delivery of exceptional student-teacher experience and are confident that this offline learning center will be a stepping stone to significantly enhance the efficacy of math learning,” said founder & CEO Manan Khurma.
The demand for online education which peaked during the pandemic stabilised with the opening of schools and colleges, nudging edtech players to launch brick and mortar centres and go hybrid. Several edtech companies including big players like Unacademy and Byju’s laid off employees over the past year amid decline in funding and low consumer demand for edtech subscriptions.





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