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Next Education’s MathsLab wins award at the World Education Summit 2013

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Next education India Pvt Ltd, one of the leading e-learning technology companies in India, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Corporate – Innovation in Teaching Pedagogy’ at the World Education Summit 2013 in New Delhi for their MathsLab.

World Education Summit is a premier platform on education for everyone who is passionate about education and learning. Over the years, it has become the largest gathering of education leaders from across the globe and provides an opportunity to come together and deliberate, discuss and explore the new horizons.

Based on the ideology of ‘LAB’ (Learn – Analyse– Build), MathsLab is an innovative platform where children do various activities, projects and simulations to discover mathematical ideas and validate formulae. The aim is to merge the three aspects of Maths education – teacher sessions, student practice and hands-on activities.

Beas Dev Ralhan, CEO – Next Education said, “We are delighted to receive this award for MathsLab at the World Education Summit 2013. MathsLab is a unique and pathbreaking offering from us and in a quick period of time it has become a tremendous hit among schools across regions. Our team will continue to develop such world-class content that makes teaching more easier, interactive and gives a next generation learning experience for students”

Complying with NCERT and NCF guidelines, the MathsLab caters to all school boards such as CBSE and ICSE in India. It is helpful to students across KG to Class 10. MathsLab uses narrative story-based approach with real-life significance and hands-on learning for students to get motivated to crack Maths problems while having fun in the process.

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