Thursday, May 23, 2024

BYJU’S Launches ‘BYJU’S Tuition Centre’ in Jaipur

BYJU’S, the world’s leading EdTech company with 115 million registered learners, today announced the launch of ‘BYJU’S Tuition Centre’ In Jaipur. A first-of-its-kind comprehensive program for students that brings together the best of offline and online learning experiences, 10 such ‘BYJU’S Tuition Centres’ will be operational in Jaipur by end of this year.

Four centres are already operational, and the rest will be launched between May to Aug 2022. All centres are located in easily accessible and central locations across the city such as Raja Park, Vaishali Nagar, Gopalpura bypass, and C-Scheme, among others.

Available for students in classes 4-10, BYJU’S Tuition Centres are the neighborhood tech-enabled physical tuition centres with a two-teacher model that provide students a world-class learning experience with a focus on engagement and better learning outcomes.

After the strong positive feedback from the first 100 centres launched across the country as a part of the pilot program, BYJU’S will be launching 500 centres across 200 cities in 2022. The BYJU’S Tuition Centres will not only redefine after-school learning with its 360-degree teaching and learning system but also create employment opportunities for over 10,000+ people across India within a year of operations. BYJU’S targets to enrol 1 million students into this program in the next two years.

BYJU’S Tuition Centre combines the best of technology, teachers, and formats to ensure a wholesome and impactful learning experience for students. Standardized teaching methodologies offer a deep teacher connection along with delivering superior learning experiences that enable better outcomes. With technology and features such as anytime doubt resolution support, regular tests/practice sessions, and frequent parent-teacher meetings, students get the best of both worlds – access to high-quality teachers and personalised attention.

Commenting on the launch, Himanshu Bajaj, Head of BYJU’S Tuition Centre, said, “We are happy to announce the launch of BYJU’S Tuition Centre in Jaipur, which is a very important city for us given its significance as a world-class education hub. This fortifies our commitment to making quality education accessible while addressing the needs of the students. Owing to the pandemic, students had to oscillate between offline and online learning, but this new offering of BYJU’S will address complex concerns of students and parents across the country. BYJU’S Tuition Centres is the
next step in personalised learning. It will offer students BYJU’S unique Two-teacher model in tech-enabled physical centres as well as a personal teacher-student connection supported by analytics-led assessment of progress and performance. Additionally, all students will get access to BYJU’S online ecosystem. By keeping students’ requirements at the core, we look forward to this new offering achieving scale and nurturing future-ready students in a forward-looking and unique academic environment.”

The BYJU’S Tuition Centre enables students to bridge learning gaps, strengthen conceptual understanding, and reinforce learning through regular practice and tests that ensure exam readiness. Students will also have the same teacher for their offline and online classes who will support them with their personalised learning journeys.

Keeping pace with the current scenario and student requirements, BYJU’S, through the launch of BYJU’S Tuition Centre, is reaffirming its student-centric approach, and creating new and innovative experiences, products, and services based on learners’ real needs. With blended learning set to be the future of education in a post-pandemic world, the BYJU’S Tuition Centre is setting new benchmarks for this format.

Last year, the company launched BYJU’S Classes with a two-teacher advantage for its learners. With 115 million registered students and 7 million paid subscriptions, BYJU’S sees an annual renewal rate of 86%. Under BYJU’S Education for All social initiative, BYJU’S has helped 3.4 million children access education through digital learning and aims at empowering 10 million children from underserved communities by 2025.

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