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October 18, 2021 Monday 11:57:23 AM IST

TutorComp- a new platform for online tutoring in UAE.

The Kochi based Edutech startup TutorComp has emerged as the exclusive partner for the UAE government to offer online tutoring in that country. The company is in the process to onboard 192 schools in the UAE to provide online classes through the UAE government agreed platform. With the successful completion of a pilot project in the UAE, the company is now set to take more than 200,000 students on board by clinching the new work order.

The company also provides personalized online tutoring to students from more than 22 countries including the US, Canada, UK, Australia, West Asia etc. With the strength of more than 500 qualified educators from eight countries, TutorComp provides one-to-one classes to students following diverse syllabi including International Baccalaureate (IB), IGCSE - Cambridge & Edexcel, GCSE, national curriculums of US and Australia, SABIS apart from CBSE and ICSE.  As part of expansion, the company has also initiated steps to hire 1000 qualified educators and expand its presence to the entire GCC taking into account the surging demand for technology-based education.


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