HYDERABAD: MadGuy Labs, a new app created by IIT Roorkee alumni Alok Katiyar, Sanjay Jagarwal and Vishal Meena, promises to clear competitive exam s . The app focuses on helping the aspiring candidates in every step to crack their government and private sector job exams.It provides a strong platform from where teachers and students can interact with each other. The ‘It’ factor of the app is the language flexibility since they support multiple languages including, English, Hindi, Marathi, Bengali, Tamil, and Telugu.The project is being funded by IIT Roorkee to further develop the platform in order to help more and more students. It is also registered under Startup India programme by the government of India.
The app has been introduced with the goal of forming a bridge between the education system of India and students.The preparation of competitive exams including IBPS, RRB, RBI, SSC, Railways and State PSC can be a gruesome one. Cashing in on the opportunity, there are thousands of coaching institutions nowadays growing like mushrooms in possibly every city of India. Many of these institutions are rather shady and often students find themselves being cheated and deprived of their hard-earned cash in the name of providing education.
“The language barrier is another problem for many of the regional candidates. Telugu speaking students often find themselves materials or study guides that are either in English or Hindi,” the app creators say. “MadGuy Labs app - MadGuys Student provides the candidate ample amount of exam preparation guides and materials, current affair knowledge, and weekly tests in 4 different languages.
The app doesn’t simply rely on commuter-generated question-answers but has actually brought in teachers.
There are no middleman situation and students can interact with the teachers directly just like an actual classroom,” explains Alok Katiyar, co-founder, MadGuy Labs. “This app also enables regular online batches with ample amount of study materials, video lectures followed by proper practice sessions and then interval tests.”