We are proud to share that The Deccan Chronicle and The Asian Age have featured Edvantage Point in their newspapers.
Here’s what they have to say about us:
“In this era of internet, a person is often overloaded with information — true or fake. But, in India, information on education, especially higher education, is hard to come by. People often depend on word of mouth as they make crucial decision of their formative careers. However, for founder, Seliha Muvva, and her partner, Renuka Velamati, the problem was, as parents, to pick the correct school for their kids.
So, Ms Muvva, together with Ms Velamati, decided to address the problem. But, Ms. Muvva’s first attempt, Edukul, despite her experience of more than 15 years as a teacher proved challenging. While the challenges may have smoothened as schools are more appreciative of our work, but there was resistance in regards to facilitating the first step of admission — filling up the form and digitsing their presence. She teamed up with Ms Velamati, who had previous experiences of working in startups in the US, for her second attempt, Edvantage Point.”
Read MORE: http://www.asianage.com/business/in-other-news/040918/education-woes-get-a-digital-solution.html
E-paper Link: http://epaper.deccanchronicle.com/articledetailpage.aspx?id=11462596
(Edvantage Point is India’s go-to platform for education-related products and services. We are into admissions management for schools, career advice and counselling services for students as well as recruitment services).