The company said the patented technology will redefine the learning experience and performance recognition to a whole new level.
“We are committed to providing the best education to students with our patented technology. It is also our attempt to reinvent how an online course can be. WAVE 2.0 sets new standards and strives to offer online courses of best quality,” Vamsi Krishna, CEO and Co-founder, of Vedantu said in a statement.
Version 2.0 of the WAVE learning platform envisions to inspire every child and make quality education accessible, and create impact at scale in India.
“Since its inception, WAVE has been used by more than 4,000 teachers to teach 24 million students for 70 million hours. And those students came from more than 7,300 cities and towns, or nearly 92% of the number total of cities and towns in India,” Krishna said. noted.
“With WAVE 2.0, we want to create a learning experience that arouses curiosity and makes the student more immersed in the whole learning process. We are setting a new benchmark for the future of online courses while optimizing enabling bandwidth for millions more, who can access quality education,” Krishna added.
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