Gurugram-based Campus 365, a cloud-based solutions provider to schools and colleges, announced to onboard more than 2000 schools by the financial year 2024 (FY 24) nationally and internationally. Out of 2000, the start-up aims to target more than 1000 schools from Tier-II and Tier-III cities and eying a net revenue of $1 million.
The objective behind collaborating with more schools is to provide proper instructional techniques, the students will be able to learn more and understand easily and enhance their academic performances, Campus 365 said, adding that there is a lack of creative and skill-based schooling.
It further explained that nearly all professions in today's world require innovation, creative thinking, flexibility, and practicality. With this collaboration, the start-up aims to establish a school management system automotive where one can take insightful reports and make better and faster decisions.
The technology built by Campus 365 aims to help campuses and schools in paperless admission, the automation of fees management, getting real-time updates on daily attendance, staying directly connected with parents and library management. Not only this, but it also offers mock online exams, live classes, study material, etc. The start-up is not only solving the problems of teachersand schools but students and parents, etc.
“By providing end to end solutions to all education players, Campus 365 has now become India’s largest all-in-one app for teachers, schools, and coaching institutes to manage their online and offline classrooms in one place,” said Mayank Singh, co-founder and chief executive officer (CEO) of Campus 365.
“To make every K-12 school and other campuses smarter, we are now looking to collaborate with more than 2000 schools and in five years, we will be looking to target 30,000 institutes,” he added.
Last year, the start-up raised Rs 21.5 million in seed funding led by Angel Investors based out of Bangalore. The round of funding was used by the company to accelerate the development and rollout of new product offerings, increase its school network in Tier II and III cities, hire talent across domains and make strategic acquisitions.