Edtech startup Impartus extending its offer to provide live virtual classroom free
Edtech startup Impartus is extending its offer to provide innovative Virtual Classroom designed for Live online learning, completely free to all the Indian schools and colleges.
With this initiative, the Bangaluru-based company aims to ensure that no student is deprived of live and interactive access to teachers and teaching. Amazon Web Services (AWS) is also supporting Impartus towards the same.
Amit Mahensaria, Co-founder and CEO, Impartus, said, “88 percent of the teachers on-boarded on our platform in the past four weeks are first-time online teachers. The appreciation we are receiving from them and from the institutions moving away from Zoom/Webex to us is making us extend this initiative.”
“We care deeply for our student and teacher community and are committed to supporting them during this difficult time. With AWS, we have been able to reliably and seamlessly auto-scale our infrastructure to support significantly increased demand from educational institutions throughout this period,” he added.
Mahensaria further stated, “We are therefore offering our virtual classroom platform for live classes free to all educational institutions and their teachers, till April 30. This small effort is to contribute towards the Indian education system; a system which has made our startup what it is today.”
Through this initiative, the teachers will be able to conduct unlimited live and interactive online classes for up to 500 students in each session on Impartus Virtual Classroom, which is hosted on AWS.