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These are The Ed-Tech Startups To Watch Out For From Surge 2016, Day One

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Day 1 of #Surge2016, was full of some insightful panel discussions, disruptive talks, the much-awaited Ather launch (Read Here) and much more! But what kept all of us truly intrigued was the display of hundreds of startups at their respective booths.

Listening to new ideas, witnessing the enthusiasm of entrepreneurs and writing about them is exactly what keeps us going at The Tech Portal. Technology is seeping into education gradually in India lately, and we have seen some very prominent Ed-Tech startups recently.


We came across 2 very interesting Ed-Tech startups on Day 1 that we believe are going to keep you reading.



Myly is bent upon helping education in reaching out to even the last mile; we have a special affection for this Jaipur-headquartered start-up. 


Myly is a mobile app solution allowing educational institutions to connect with their students and parents. It allows institutions to send messages, homework, assignments, share photos & videos, send events notifications, share holiday calendar and collect fees over the app.

The myly solution can be used by schools, colleges, universities, hobby classes, tuition centers and coaching classes.

Co-founders Gaurav Mundra & Madhup Bansal tell us that Myly is free for institutes, students and parents. 

They also tell us that myly helps individual institutes to build their brand, save time, work cost effectively and also stay more organized.

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 Valumni is a unique way of reconnecting to your old buddies from your alma maters. While Alumni networking in India is still at a very nascent stage and not taken seriously, except for a few premium institutes of the country, Valumni is building an Alumni Eco-System for educational institutes and corporate India to learn from each other and grow together.

We are not only a platform for building your alumni relations but can also play the role of a partner and an advisor to build your alumni from ground zero to a sustainable level,

says Sanjay Kumar, Founder of Valumni

As a partner, Valumni activates all critical factors during the process and help you ignite the alumni relationship. This is a unique concept and relatively new for India. In the coming years, the need for such a networking app will become more of a necessity.

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We will soon be releasing new lists of startups in domains we are interested in. Stay tuned.



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