Driving force behind our products


At Next Education, we believe that scalable, sustainable, personalized quality education for a child is possible only by leveraging technology.


We ensure that the user interfaces are simple enough so that everyone can use the innovative tools and effortlessly usher the school into modernity. We are dedicated to making our systems more intuitive and interactive. Interactivity heightens engagement and guarantees enthusiastic adoption.



Next Content is an attempt to make learning a joyful and meaningful experience. We understand the true value of good content.


We have created a storehouse of comprehensive, interesting and captivating content for digital as well as print medium to meet the diverse needs of students and teachers. Our content complies with the NCF guidelines and caters to visual, kinesthetic and auditory learners.



At Next Education, we go that extra mile to protect the hardware and software of our partner schools to maximise their returns on investment.


We provide a stabilizer and MCB to protect our systems from voltage fluctuations thereby prolonging the life of the system and minimising error rates by 20%. We are dedicated to giving the best user-experience to our partner schools and to ensure this, we perform yearly preventive maintenance checks.


Service & Support

We believe that our products and solutions aren’t complete without the ceaseless efforts of our in-house service and support team, both online and on-field.


We have a large network of over 800 support-engineers servicing schools all across the country. All tech-related issues are resolved within a turnaround time of 5-7 days. We provide continuous academic support in the form of conferences for new concepts, city-wise training and in-school training.


Next Education follows a constructivist
approach to learning


Learners have opportunities to verbalise their conceptual understanding and demonstrate newly acquired skills


Learners actively explore their environment and experiment with materials to identify concepts and develop skills


Learners engage in the process of acquiring skills and concepts by making connections between past and present learning experiences


Through new experiences, learners develop deeper and broader understanding of major concepts, obtain more information on their areas of interest, and refine their skills


Enables learners to assess their understanding of concepts and abilities and helps teachers to gauge students understanding of key concepts and their skill development

Well-researched curriculum is combined with multi-faceted pedagogy to create our academic solutions

Preschool Curriculum

Play and Learn - Learn and Play

Pre-primary education ensures a smooth transition to primary education and lays the foundation for lifelong learning. It is universally acknowledged to reduce drop-out rates in formal education.


NextPlay is a quality pre-primary education which is based on play and hands-on learning and caters to early-age curiosity is the need of the hour. It is based on multiple proven research methodologies from around the globe.


NextPlay curriculum takes an integrated learning approach to ensure balanced development in the five key domains of learning, namely, Cognitive, Emotional, Linguistic, Social and Physical, in a pre-schooler.


Audiovisual integration with books: Integration of TeachNext makes characters from the books come alive and makes abstract concepts meaningful.

Age-appropriate progression: It is in sync with the various stages of growth and development of a child.

Real-life connect: It is designed keeping in mind a child's environment so that abstract concepts can be understood easily by them.

Integrated approach: It integrates two or more concepts to teach a skill, enabling children to make meaningful connections.

Multiple learning opportunities: Books, various activities and interactive audiovisual modules engage children in the learning process

Primary and Middle School Curriculum


The aim is to shift from teacher-centric to child-centric approach, making the child the centre of learning, with the teacher acting as a facilitator. The teacher is a passive observer, giving the child the required space to learn and grow at his or her own pace and develop a love for learning.


Our curriculum is based on thematic approach and carries a real-life connect with the learners' environment to make learning an engaging and effective experience.


Thematic learning: Stories, poems, plays, non-fiction and infographics are organised around clearly defined age-appropriate themes.

Interdisciplinary learning: Revisits a concept or skill from different perspectives and takes learning beyond subject boundaries, so that students can make connections between different areas of learning. This greatly improves the cognitive process.

Caters to multiple intelligences: It is important to use activities and tools that are most suitable for each student. It provides activities and projects which help in experiential learning as well as in development of skills that are not innate in the student.

Inquiry-based approach: Inquiry-based learning starts by posing questions, problems or scenarios and involves self-directed inquiry or research by the student. This encourages critical thinking.

Secondary and Senior Secondary School Curriculum


An ideal senior secondary curriculum should ensure a learner’s holistic development and prepare them to confidently meet the challenges of higher education. Mindful of the importance of this responsibility, our educational solutions are designed to maximise the output of the learning process, to ensure clarity of concepts,enhance critical-thinking skills and independent research abilities, and above all make them future-ready


The analytical approach of the curriculum prepares students to meet the requirements of higher education. Our glocal curriculum is a blend of local contexts and world-class teaching methodologies.


Age-appropriate: Even with a move up the grades, the basis of the curriculum remains the same. The lessons become more complex and more abstract concepts are taught knowing that the learners will be able to grasp them. The medium of teaching-learning shifts from the kinaesthetic towards the visual and the aural, having been able to make kinaesthetic learners receptive to the visual and auditory styles of learning. The concepts, whether in maths or science are not as based on real-life application as in the lower grades. More theories , jargons and technical terms are introduced.

Self-learning: We understand the necessity and benefits of supplementing classroom education with self-learning in higher-grades. We therefore have LearnNext, our self-learning solution. helps learners develop the practice of self-learning, a habit which will greatly assist them in their future academic life where the role of the teacher would be that of a facilitator.

Smooth progression: Next Education curriculum solutions ensure smooth progression of concepts across grades. To take the example of maths, linear equations in algebra are introduced in the 6th grade, expanded upon in the 7th and graphical representation is taught in the 9th grade. Care is taken to introduce themes that are more organised.

Research @ Next

  • We now provide a third-party (IIT B) developed objective metric to our customers to measure the quality of e-learning content. This helps them make informed decisions and not go by sales demos (of competitors as well as ours) alone, which tend to showcase only best-case scenarios.
  • We have also developed standardised metrics to evaluate the quality of our print content and ensure that the content complies with the pedagogical standards.
  • We constantly revamp and improve our content to suit these standards. Quality for us is content that is up-to-date with respect to what is prevalent and relevant in the ever-changing e-/digital learning industry.
  • We are involved in getting data from the field WRT TeachNext implementation, curriculum implementation, teacher training and other services and products we offer. This data is collected through rigorously designed experiments and standardised research practices followed in academia. We use this data to address gaps and improve our products and services.
  • We vouch for our company's ethics and transparency through these efforts
  • Evaluate if the use of NextCurriculum ( content + instructional practices) in classrooms brings forth positive learning outcomes.
  • Compare schools that use NextCurriculum (content + instructional practices) with those that do not use it in order to make valid and reliable claims about the impact of NextCurriculum on learning outcomes, learner engagement and instructional practices.
  • Discern the impact of Next products when factors related to differences in implementation, schools, classrooms, instructors, students, etc. are taken into account.
  • Undertake case studies to ascertain why schools choose a particular Next product, how they use it and how the use of the product impacts the teaching–learning process. Data will include teacher's reflections on the course and instructional practices , and the student outcomes prior to and after the implementation of the product.
  • Document best practices that increase student success and aid the integration of technology into the classroom.
  • Analyse any conflicting findings across studies done in different schools and ascertain whether the variations are due to differences in the implementation, demography, background of teachers or students, or in the designs of various studies.
  • Conduct focus group discussions and pilot studies to gauge information about product usage pattern by teachers and students; and to determine their satisfaction and perceptions.
  • Conduct exploratory studies to document how a product is implemented across different instructional contexts and to gather information about the impact of the product on factors that may influence learning outcomes.
  • Conduct correlational studies to gain a better insight into variables that the product and learning design teams believe are related to and may predict positive learning outcomes.
  • In our constant endeavour to achieve excellence, we are continuously engaged in multiple research projects to improve our curriculum and thereby enhance the academic experience in our schools.
  • Here you will find updates of our research activities, publications as well as details on ongoing and upcoming studies.
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