Edtech firm Unacademy will now enter offline classes with its learning centers, it announced on Wednesday. “Unacademy centers will provide offline classes for students and expand the reach of top academics in the NEET UG, IT JEE and Foundation (9-12) course sections,” it says.
The first of these Unacademy centers will open in Kota next month and will soon follow centers in Jaipur, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad, Patna, Pune and Delhi. Students will have access to on-the-ground counselors, a state-of-the-art library and branded merchandise at all of these centers.
The brand aims to enroll 15,000 students in its first batch at all centers.
Enrolled students will have access to the flagship offline learning experience with Unacademy’s top educators, pedagogy and study materials created by its educators, personalized counseling, resolving doubts, regular parent-teacher sessions, and high-tech infrastructure.
UNACADEM will conduct a National Scholarship – Admission Test for Batch Enrollment where Rankers will be awarded Scholarships. More details about the test will be released soon.
Gaurab Munjal, co-founder and CEO of Unacademi Group, said: Through ‘Unacademy Centers’ we bring the best of the academy – India’s top academics, top-notch technology and products, and state-of-the-art infrastructure – to our students, “he added, adding that pricing for enrollment would be competitive.
The Kota Unacademi Center spans four floors covering 18,000 square feet. These centers are built on the same industrial structure as Anacademi Worlds.
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