Mexus Education plans to target smaller cities

Eduvate India 2011 has been initiated by Mexus Education over a year ago with an objective to bring together prominent educationists and academicians for panel discussion to express their perspective on adding value to current education system through technological innovations. These discussions are conducted at a regional level for a constructive and specific discussion, the inputs of which can be incorporated in actual product development.

The panel discusses the gaps in current educational system and how technological innovations would make learning more qualitative, interesting and meaningful experience. The panelists all around have been of unanimous opinion that information and communications technologies are improving the quality of life in every aspect of life.

Over last one year, Mexus Education has hosted Eduvate India across 25 locations across the country, not restricting to Tier I cities. Anil Goyal, the director of Mexus Education, believes that all school must have equal privilege to contribute to enhancement of the Education System as a whole. Following the premise, Eduvate India has spanned not only to Tier II cities like Indore, Ahemedabad, Nagpur but to Tier III cities and even remote cities like Ludhiana, Ambala, Ganganagar.

Speaking of the further plans, Anil Goyal commented “This endeavor has been extremely successful and extremely appreciated by the academicians. We are planning to target more of smaller cities in the next quarter and develop products more suited to these cities. Smaller cities have their specific concerns that largely remain unaddressed as most of the digital content providers tend to extend the existing solutions to these cities.”