Home tutoring start-up FlipClass announced its foray into online and mobile learning, marking its expansion to leading metros and Tier II and III cities of India. The start-up, a marketplace offering personalised learning and home tutoring services to school-going students, will now offer its online services in cities like Chennai, Kolkata and Ahmedabad.
FlipClass also launched its mobile platform ‘FlipTutor’ to make high-quality tutoring from teachers, based in metro cities accessible to students in Tier II and III cities. Students in Pune, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Nagpur, Kanpur, Bhubaneswar and Bhopal, among others will be able to access FlipClass’ trusted tutoring services in real time.
FlipClass’ online platform and its mobile interface ‘FlipTutor’ will now help school students in several cities across India get access to FlipClass’ carefully curated panel of experienced teachers. FlipClass differentiates itself by providing qualified and passionate teachers to students through a stringent tutor qualifying process along with powerful technology platform using big data analytics.
Vineet Dwivedi, Founder and CEO of FlipClass said, “FlipClass’ mission is to enhance and simplify learning and extending our services to wider markets is a major step forward towards this goal. We also recognise that mobiles and smartphones can radically change the way students in Tier II and III cities of India access high-quality tutoring services. The FlipClass platforms aim to take advantage of the growing smartphone penetration in India to bring our accredited panel of tutors from larger metros within easy access of school-going students anywhere in India.”
The FlipClass platform is accessible on Android and iOS platforms and can be downloaded from Google Play Store or the Apple App Store. It has backward integrated the application with the current and previous OS versions, making it compatible with most mobile devices running on Android and iOS, in order to make the application accessible to people running even older or basic mobile devices.