Pune based BraKetLab has released its AI-powered EdTech App, PiLearn, focused on success in JEE for Indian Institutes of Technology (IITs), National Eligibility and Entrance Test (NEET) for admission to Medical Colleges, CBSE and ICSE. With its commercial launch, PiLearn becomes the first and only EdTech App in India for learning Physics, Chemistry and Mathematics to deliver a personalised learning experience tailored to the learning needs of each student through an extensive and innovative use of Artificial Intelligence(AI), Natural Language Processing and Image Processing.
PiLearn claims to ensure success in these highly competitive exams by fulfilling the learning needs of every student using advanced AI algorithms. AI is used not only to assemble personalised study content and to create a study plan to meet the specific learning needs of a student but also to solve problems automatically. PiLearn’s AI chatbot delivers the experience of an always present 24x7 virtual tutor. Its premium quality content, which meets and exceeds the stringent syllabus of CBSE, has been 100% handcrafted by PhD’s and Post-Docs from reputed institutes of India and is tailored to enable students to succeed in JEE and NEET.
“We have developed and launched PiLearn to address the issues of Accessibility, Quality and Affordability in India’s education sector, which is a huge market of ₹8.5 trillion of which ₹3.5 trillion is spent on secondary education alone”, said Debajyoti Sarkar, CEO and co-Founder of BraKetLab. “However, current EDTech players are serving less than 10% of the market while more than 90% of the market is crying for access to quality education at a price Indian parents can afford. There has also been an urgent and unfulfilled need for technological innovation in this space. This is where PiLearn comes in with its handcrafted, high quality content, which is Accessible, Affordable and Available anytime, anywhere and delivered the ‘AI Way, All the Way’, Sarkar added.
“I am very proud of the innovative product BraKetLab team has delivered in PiLearn. Solving science problems automatically using advanced AI algorithms, whose seeds go all the way to when we were doing our PhD at IUCAA and also very long way to when we were studying Physics at IIT Kanpur, has been done for the first time in India and, perhaps, in the world”, echoed Niladri Paul, COO, CTO and co-founder of BraKetLab. “We were also very fortunate to be mentored by a US-based alum of IIT Kanpur, who believed in our dream and invested in BraKetLab as well”, Paul continued, “and here we are with PiLearn to help fulfill the dreams of millions of young Indians who want to become engineers, doctors and scientists.