This ‘owl’ can help with your muggle exams too!

If you’re looking for a classroom with online support, Concept Owl is your answer, finds Sovi Vidyadharan

Published: 26th December 2016 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 25th December 2016 02:06 PM   |  A+A-

Former IPS officer Rajan Singh Pic: Kaviyoor Santhosh

Express News Service

Bored of long-winding classroom coaching for engineering and medical entrance examinations? Finding online entrance coaching apps too mechanical? Concept Owl, a mobile app that provides a perfect blend of classroom teaching with online support, could offer the perfect answer.

Concept Owl, developed by an education startup of the same name, aims to harnesses technology to make the learning process easier and faster.

The startup Concept Owl is the brainchild of former IPS officer Rajan Singh. The app focusses on developing the individual abilities of students in the traditional classroom set-up. The app has already received the backing of several established entrance coaching centres.

While leading coaching centres would provide the classroom support, Concept Owl would provide the online content devised by the well known Bansal Classes in a highly interactive and learner-friendly format.

“We wanted to overcome the lacunae in quality coaching for students in Tier-2 and Tier-3 cities through this platform,” Singh said.

According to Singh, a student from a small town would have to spend thousands of rupees to stay away from home and pursue coaching programme at Kota in Rajasthan or in Pala in Kottayam.

“Concept Owl aims to cater to those category of students who want to have the best of classroom eduction along with the latest technological backing,” Singh added.

The app is ideal for students from classes IX to XII and would be helpful in cracking most of the engineering and medical entrance examinations in the country, including IIT-JEE and NEET.


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