SuperKalam secures Rs 16 crore funding to boost personalised education with AI mentorship

SuperKalam, an AI-led personal mentor for students preparing for competitive exams, has concluded a seed funding round raising Rs 16.3 crore or $2 million. The funding round was led by YCombinator and Fundersclub with participation from notable investors, including YC Partner Puneet Kumar, GoodWater Capital, Nurture Ventures, SuperCapital, Pareto Ventures, among others.

The company says that the secured funding will be utilised to boost SuperKalam’s AI-led educational platform, expand its reach, enhance user experience, and foster continuous innovation in personalised learning services.

Unlike traditional edtech platforms that rely on one-size-fits-all content delivery, SuperKalam places students at the center of a customised learning experience. By utilising AI-driven analytics, the platform adapts to each student’s unique needs, offering tailored learning paths, instant doubt resolution, and progress tracking.

Co-founder & CEO, Vimal Singh Rathore at SuperKalam said in a statement, “We are excited to have iconic investors join us in our mission to rethink learning in an AI-first world. At SuperKalam, we are committed to leading this change by transitioning from unilateral content broadcasts to delivering personalized learning that adapts to each student’s unique needs.”

Boris Silver, Founding Partner at Fundersclub said, “We are always on the lookout for ventures that can create significant value for customers. India’s edtech market is full of opportunity, and in SuperKalam, we see the potential for significant impact. We believe the founding team has strong experience in the market and their product has tremendous potential.”


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