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Qonfuse an Ed-Tech Start-up raised funding

Qonfuse a Delhi based ed-tech startup raised an undisclosed amount of seed funding from Hamraj Kumar co-founder of CureInstant, via facebook group, Startup Delhi. It plans to utilize the funds to improve its user base, its products and growth strategy.

It was founded by Mahesh Gaur, Himanshu Srivastava and Shivraj Dhusariya. Mahesh Gaur was an alumnus of GLA University, Mathura, HImanshu an alumnus of Guwahati and Shivraj pursuing B-Tech from Chanakya Technical Campus.

The startup will soon launch a service through which users can take an online mock test. Users can opt for test according to their need.

With its advanced technology it makes exam preparations organized. It provides users with mock tests for CAT, banking, SBI PO, Railway, Aptitude and SBI Clerk preparations. It offers a fixed price of Rs 49 for 5 test papers.

Other players in this market includes FlipClass, Fundamentor, Smartivity, Cuemath, EdTechReview, Edupristine, Avagmah, Unacademy, Edupristine, Eckovation, Curiositi, Logicroots, MeritNation and Sigrid Education.

Qonfuse said

“As we observe most of the competitive exams are being conducted online. About 1.8 crore students in India are estimated to appear in these exams. The global online learning market is expected to reach $107 Billion this year.”

 

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