Bangalore based education tech startup Cuemath has raised $4 million (~Rs 26. crore) in a series A round of funding led by Sequoia Capital, reports TechCircle. Other investors including Unitus Seed Fund also participated in this round. The company plans on use the fresh capital to expand its services in India and foreign markets as well. Cuemath focuses on teaching mathematics using worksheets aimed at students from LKG to 8th grade. The company claims that its training methods are designed by graduates and experts in mathematics from institutions like IIT, IIM, Cambridge and Stanford University. Once a student signs ups, he/she will have to attend classes held by qualified and trained tutors in Cuemath centres. The company claims to have over 1000 such centres in cities like Delhi-NCR, Mumbai, Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Pune among others. It also claims to have over 1,200 teaching partners on its platform. How Cuemath trains its students The company’s website mentions that its math training courses are split into 3 broad areas with 100 levels spread over 10 different classes from LKG to class 8. The ‘level’ of each child progresses as he/she advances through the program. Apart from training courses, Cuemath also holds competitions for its students at society/local, city, state and national level. Study groups: The training sessions are held 3 times a week wherein students are split into study groups of 8 students each. Each group has mix of students from different ‘levels’ and each student has a customized learning pattern.…
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