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The beginning of the pandemic bought a digital revolution to the education system. We saw the shift from offline to online education, Ed-Tech pushing boundaries of traditional teaching. Edu-tech platforms in India have seen a growing number of users in the past 2 months. According to SimilarWeb, below are the top 5 Edu-Tech platforms which have been the most viewed since the lockdown:

1. Brainly

Brainly is the world’s largest online learning platform, uniting over 200 million students, parents, and teachers around the world, and over 22 million across India, in solving their homework problems and test preparation. The platform is the most viewed Ed-Tech platform compared to the others. It essentially acts as the online equivalent of a real-life study group and can help kids solve their queries.

2. Udemy 

Udemy is an American online learning platform aimed at professional adults and students. The platform provides to choose from over 100,000 online video courses with new additions published every month which makes it the second most popular viewed platform.

3. Jagran Josh 

Jagran Josh is a One Stop Destination for school & college going students as well as job finders. It is one of the leading education websites for Banking, IAS, SSC, CBSE, MBA & Engineering aspirants which offers free study material, quality tutorials, practice exercises, tips & advice, etc.

4. Byju’s 

The learning app for students across age groups with programmes in English and Hindi that make learning and understanding concepts easier for school kids. With the education system shifting to online learning, the platform partnered to provide free online classes not only for school students but also for government and other entrance exams.

5. Coursera

Coursera is a world-wide online learning platform where each subject is taught by top instructors from world-class universities and companies, giving people an opportunity to learn something new anytime, anywhere. It provides access to on-demand video lectures, homework exercises, and community discussion forums, additional quizzes and projects as well as a shareable Course Certificate upon completion. With the lockdown situation, the platform has made around 3,800 courses free making it a 5th most viewed platform in India.

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