New Delhi: BasicFirst, a Jharkhand Innovation Lab-selected ed-tech startup, today announced the launch of offline 300+ Doubt Clearing Centers for its students in India and overseas, with the UAE and Singapore opening 15 and 3 centers respectively. The company aims to build on its phygital module by providing students with online and offline classes to help them study more effectively. basic first is partnering with schools and coaching institutes to establish doubt clearing centers and has already identified and signed MoUs with 85+ centers throughout 45+ cities.
In addition to this, BasicFirst is expanding its teaching faculty with individuals having long-standing expertise in their respective course and will have top-notch flying faculty who will visit centers once or twice a month based on the course and the need for students. The flying faculty will be based out of Ranchi, Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, and Hyderabad. Moreover, BasicFirst is employing qualified teachers and faculty members to deliver top-grade learning experiences in regional languages, including Urdu, to meet the demand for state board students.
Doubt-clearing sessions can be scheduled on-demand, 24*7 text or chat messages. The program will be open for K6 to K12 level students from 22 state boards and 84 competitive examinations with a key focus on students preparing for competitive exams.
Speaking on the expansion, Randhir Kumar, Founder & CEO, BasicFirst Learning, said, “At BasicFirst, we aim to strengthen our students’ preparation by offering them best-in-class doubt clearance sessions and helping them achieve their desired result. We believe that the physical module, which includes both online and offline sessions is the way to go in today’s world, and that online and offline doubt clearing sessions will complement one another, resulting in superior results. Doubt solving is one of the key aspects of online learning, as every student has a different doubt or query which can be addressed in a one-on-one mode – online as well as offline. By setting up 300 centers across India and abroad, we want to provide an edge to students and help them build confidence, motivation, mindset, and perseverance for exam preparations.”