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Leveraging a crossroads of data science and technology with education, embibe addresses the gaps in exam preparation. She feels that the biggest challenge in mass education today is the tendency to underperform or drop out because students are often unable to realise their true potential. Embibe is therefore able to offer services at a much lower cost than what the traditional tutors have been able to afford. By keeping artificial intelligence and data science at the core of the platform, the company empowers both students and educators. Curating a team of stakeholders in the early years, which includes investors, shareholders and employees was difficult. She feels this dual combination can and already is revolutionising the way high-stakes competitive exams preparation are approached in emerging markets.

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Founder's Story: Aditi Avasthi, MBA ’10, CEO of Embibe Tickets, Wed, Feb 13, 2019 at 5:00 PM

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In a hospital there are a number of indicators telling you all the time about the patients health. The numerous honors and awards Aditi has received don't do justice to explain her passion and prowess. This article appears in the February 2019 issue of Entrepreneur Magazine. With embibe, students today are seeing a 23% improvement in their scores. Embibe, a deep personalization platform, is designed to deliver learning and life outcomes for students.

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Maximising Student Potential through Data

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She was mentioned amongst the most influential young people in the country who are creating a true disruption through technology and innovation. She is also an advisor at innov8 Coworking and is helping the founding team create the future of work. Ramping up their web products, reaching consumers through different channels are some of the top priorities for the company through the use of technology. She garnered experience and profound professional knowledge in diverse fields such as marketing, product innovation and mobile commerce, across 4 continents including Africa. That helped me a lot in my job.

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Want to know why Aditi Avasthi made it to Entrepreneur India's Shepreneurs Class of 2019

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Aditi believes that the biggest challenge in mass education today is the tendency to underperform or drop out because students are often unable to realise their true potential. The limitations in her personal education experience spurred her to solve the problem of sub-standardised, rigorous education techniques followed in India. Building a deep technology platform company in India, where the market was not ready, was a challenge. Our goal is not to create one video per topic, but to create a range of learning media, which caters to every learning style. We are now excited to open up the platform to other players looking to personalize their content offerings to students through embibe's apis. Founded in 2012,the flagship brand of Mumbai based company— Indiavidual Learning Pvt Ltd.

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See Startup Grind hosts Aditi Avasthi at Startup Grind Bangalore

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It's a complete platform with a deep stack on content intelligence using computer vision, student intelligence built using custom neural networks, culminating in mentor intelligence which leverages the other two. So why is it that when it comes to education, we believe that we can improve performance without actually measuring what is going wrong and where. She devised a dynamic self-updating curriculum, designed on the principles of self-learning. Technology not only helps the company analyze performance of students but also helps achieve scale. It also addresses psychological factors like confidence. One of my mentors once told me that you cannot solve a problem unless you can break it down into units whose performance can be measured.

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Aditi Avasthi: ETPWLA 2019: Embibe founder Aditi Avasthi gets 'Accenture Vaahini Innovator of the Year'

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The tech team that was behind developing Flipkart is working with embibe to create a platform that will achieve massive scale in times to come. Initially, Kalaari Capital and Lightbox were early-stage investors for Embibe in 2013. It is her desire to inculcate a similar zeal for academic excellence amongst students in India which led to the inception of embibe. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. You're reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media.

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Aditi Avasthi: ETPWLA 2019: Embibe founder Aditi Avasthi gets 'Accenture Vaahini Innovator of the Year'

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This is a reflection of her success story and the significant contributions she will continue to make in the Indian education space. The students were not only confident but also went on to crack the most competitive pre-engineering and pre-medical exams in India. You can buy our tablet version from Magzter. Students using our tools have demonstrated tremendous improvement in learning outcomes for some of the toughest exams in the world. Using measurement can help you to hyper personalize the feedback and help each and every student improve.

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See Startup Grind hosts Aditi Avasthi at Startup Grind Bangalore

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She is also an advisor at innov8 Coworking and is helping the founding team create the future of work. . The company today has about 220000 students registered on their website. The company is currently working on adding a number of features to their product. It optimises its highly-sophisticated analytics engine and helps students in making learning a priority rather than expending energy over exam stress.

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To visit our Archives, click. The numerous honors and awards Aditi has received don't do justice to explain her passion and prowess. Embibe is an exciting artificial intelligence platform that is personalising the delivery of education to students in emerging markets. . .

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