An Indian teacher uses an app that uses ‘gamified’ methods to help children learn. Photo: AFP An Indian teacher uses an app that uses ‘gamified’ methods to help children learn. Photo: AFP
An Indian teacher uses an app that uses ‘gamified’ methods to help children learn. Photo: AFP
India

After China’s education crackdown, it’s party time for India’s online start-ups

  • Eruditus, an executive education platform based in Mumbai, recently raised US$650 million, valuing the firm at US$3.2 billion
  • As investment pours in, concerns about exploitation of customers have become more urgent, as the sector remains largely unregulated

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An Indian teacher uses an app that uses ‘gamified’ methods to help children learn. Photo: AFP An Indian teacher uses an app that uses ‘gamified’ methods to help children learn. Photo: AFP
An Indian teacher uses an app that uses ‘gamified’ methods to help children learn. Photo: AFP
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