Kerala: Startup to launch assessment app for students – Times of India


KOCHI: SkEdu, a mobile application to assess skill sets of students and provide them with career recommendations in tune with the new National Education Policy (NEP) released here on Sunday.
SkEdu, a digital assessment platform, is assisted by artificial intelligence.
The mobile application which also provides guidance to teachers and parents and create action plans for weak students has been developed by JPnMe Pvt Ltd, a startup registered under Kerala Startup Mission and one of the top seven education technology startups being accelerated by the GAIN StartupToScaleup programme, a statement from KSUM read.
As part of the launch an hour-long webinar on the topic NEP 2020 — Integrating Technology in Ensuring Holistic Development of Students in School Education was held at 10 am on Sunday.
An EdTech startup founded in March 2018, JPnMe, has a team of experienced teachers, psychologists, child-behaviour specialists and data scientists working to provide overall growth of the school community through active programs.
According to makers of SkEdu, the application creatively utilises technological innovations for the mental well-being of students and ensures holistic growth.
The app features academic and creative assessment modules and has been conceived to nurture a “more complete growth” of students, enabling them to understand and improve their strengths and skillsets, the statement read.



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