Unacademy, India’s largest learning platform* today announced the launch of its first two offline learning Unacademy Centres in Kota of Rajasthan. The Unacademy Centres will facilitate the offline classes for Learners and will extend access to top Educators in the NEET-UG, IT JEE, and Foundation (9-10) course categories. The company aims to enrol up to 15,000 Learners in the first batch across all the upcoming Unacademy Centres in the 9 cities namely Kota, Jaipur, Ahmedabad, Chandigarh, Patna, Pune, Bengaluru, Delhi, and Lucknow.
Designed to help Learners bridge the gaps in their learning, Unacademy Centres have already started accepting admissions, and classes of the first batch for NEET-UG and JEE courses will commence from 16th June onwards. The company has onboarded over 30 Top Educators for its Kota Centres. Established Educators such as Mohit Bhargava, Parvez Khan, Insaf Ali, Vijay Kumar Tripathi, Ashish Gupta, and more will be part of the Centre’s larger faculty team.
The Centres are built to provide all Learners with the best of Unacademy’s offerings, including access to top Educators, Pedagogy, and the study materials curated by India’s Best Educators. Learners will also get access to in-person mentorship and doubt-solving, regular parent-Educator sessions, and a premier offline learning experience. The features will be complemented by Unacademy’s high-quality content and modern infrastructure at the Centre.
The experience has been curated on the brand’s competitive-price format. These Centers will operate in hybrid mode, conducting offline classes a few days a week.
To elevate the learning experience, all Unacademy Centres have been conceptualized with modern and simple aesthetics. A multi-functional café, a massive library, doubt solving zones along with several classrooms and functional zones are housed in the flagship Centre located in the Talwandi Circle and is an 18,000 sq ft facility spread across four floors.