Founded in 2007, Next Education is a fast-growing, technology-driven company revolutionising the education system in India. Every day, our innovative products and solutions transform the lives of 10% of India’s private-school-going children. More than 10,000,000 students study in 10,000 of our partner schools, across a wide socio-cultural and geographical spectrum of
Beas Dev RalhanChief Executive Officer
As the CEO of Next Education, Beas Dev Ralhan brings energy, inspiration and direction to the company’s vision. Under his leadership, Next Education has transformed from a fast-paced education technology company to one of the most respected educational solutions provider in India. He graduated from IIT Bombay and did an MBA from London Business School.
Raveendranath KamathChief Financial Officer
Raveendranath Kamath is the Co-Founder and Chief Financial Officer at Next Education, a pioneer in K-12 education and a leading EdTech solutions provider. He is an entrepreneur and serial investor with over two decades of experience spanning entire gamut of finance and operations. During the entire journey at Next Education, he has been a part of financial planning, product engineering, supply chain management, and compliance. Kamath graduated from IIT, Kharagpur.
Right from getting Next Education registered to hiring its first employees and setting up the first office, Daljit Singh’s association with the organisation dates back to its inception. He has over 26 years of experience and has been previously associated with several IT and telecom companies. A Post Graduate in Law with Diplomas in Intellectual Properties from Premier Law Institutes (NALSAR & WIPO Geneva), he is the organisation's trusted legal adviser.
Technology is at its Peak New technology removes structural blocks and brings in advancements like adaptive learning, flipped classrooms, online textbooks repository, rapid content authoring systems, etc., as well as cloud-based systems to store large amount of data.
Significance of 21st Century Skills All stakeholders understand the need to prepare every child for the future. 21st Century skills like analytic reasoning, complex problem solving, and teamwork are required for success in 21st century society and workplaces.
Gamification of Education Education needs to be on par with the multimedia children of today are exposed to through video games, apps, movies and even TV. One way to tackle this is to gamify education to keep children engaged.
Digital Learning Market to Grow* Smart classroom market in India is expected to grow at a CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) of more than 20% during 2016 to 2020. Indian government initiatives play a key role in popularising this.
*Recent market research report from Technavio
Improved Content Next Education has created intensively-researched, technology-enabled content that focusses on 21st century skills and caters to the diverse learning needs, abilities and styles of students such that no student is left out.
Better Content Delivery Next Education delivers its carefully-crafted content to ensure effective learning for all. Short audiovisual modules cater to visual and auditory learners while the labs and hand-on activity kits improve learning for kinaesthetic learners.
Accessible Quality Education Next Education is working towards the democratization of technology through its technology-powered content with user-friendly interfaces in products like TeachNext, LearnNext as well as free mobile apps which enable learners to access standard education on-the-go.
Enhanced Communication Next Education eases collaboration between teacher and student through its Learning Management System (LMS) where students can submit their homework online, see their textbooks come alive in a digital classroom and have online one-on-one tutoring sessions with experts.
Education & Career Rank foremost
51%* of parents in India want their children to have access to good education and a subsequent successful career.
*2015 HSBC Study
Highest Spend on Education
After food and rent, Indians spend the highest on education.*
*68th round National Household Consumption Survey