Next Education achieves another milestone; celebrates 15 years of excellence in providing new-age edtech solutions

New Delhi [India], Oct. 15 (ANI/PNN): Next Education, a fastest-growing, technology-driven company revolutionizing the K-12 education sector in India, celebrates its 15th anniversary and has set several milestones over the years achieved and received awards. The company provides innovative teaching and learning solutions for the new age to over 18,000 schools across India and the United Arab Emirates.

Founded in 2007 by IIT duo Raveendranath Kamath and Beas Dev Ralhan, Next Education has successfully established itself as India’s most comprehensive SaaS-based B2B end-to-end solution provider for the K-12 sector. The company’s mission to democratize education and drive change through technology has enabled them to bring disruptive solutions to the market over the years. Over the last decade and a half, they have introduced a range of bespoke solutions for teachers and students including NextCurriculum, NextLabs, TeachNext, Next OS, TeachNext and Next School

They recently launched Next 360, a comprehensive school suite that offers everything from learning management solutions, administrative tools, digital content, virtual labs, integrated curriculum and technical support. Their innovative products and solutions have transformed the lives of around 10 percent of Indian children who attend a private school every day. Next Education works with schools in India and abroad.

Next Education CEO Beas Dev Ralhan said, ‚ÄúSince our inception, we have envisioned creating solutions that future-proof students by empowering them with 21st century skills. Our focus has always been to equip students, academic institutions and other stakeholders with best-in-class solutions. Since our inception, we have successfully scaled our offerings, providing our partner schools with technology-enabled solutions to make education affordable and accessible. We plan to continue our growth momentum in the coming years. As of now, we are working to further empower the education sector with new age technologies.”

Throughout its journey, Next Education has added several feathers to its cap through numerous awards and milestones. In 2013 they were recognized by the National HRD Network as Excellent Human Resource Management in Education Industry. Once again, they received the Best School Books Solution from the Global Learn Tech Conference and Awards in 2014 and the Innovation Excellence Award in Education from ASSOCHAM in 2015. Once again, they have been recognized for providing technology-enhanced innovative teaching-learning methods as part of the Best Classroom Tech Solution of 2020 by the Education Innovation Awards.

They were also recognized by the World Education Summit with the 2013 Best Multimedia Content for K-12 Education, the 2015 Innovation in Teaching Pedagogy Award, and the 2016 Innovation in Pre-School Pedagogy.

Next Education enables students to interact well with their classes while providing individualized learning experiences through their AI-powered academic platform using cutting-edge technological solutions such as virtual reality, machine learning, and gamification. The recently launched Next 360 solution is set to grow by a staggering 400 percent this year and is expected to double in two years. In the next few years, Next Education predicts fivefold growth.

Next Education India Pvt Ltd is the country’s leading provider of comprehensive edtech solutions for the K-12 segment. They have a wealth of innovative products and solutions, including award-winning digital content and optimal platform solutions, that perfect their school partnership programs. Next Education also meets all of the academic and administrative needs of K-12 stakeholders, providing schools with complete academic and administrative advice through a variety of products and services.

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