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SR Academy’s Ed-Tech app is reforming competitive exam preparation

Sr Academy is a Noida based Indian medical and engineering entrance exam preparation mobile app that offers courses for students taking the NEET and IIT-JEE exams.

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More than anything else, students today want to feel at ease and relaxed while reviewing their lecture notes. This is especially true for students who are keeping track of both their academic studies as well as competitive exam preparation at the same time. But thanks to Ed-Tech for making this so smooth and interactive. 

SR Academy saw a huge potential in this niche, and today we have India’s most popular and rapidly growing application that prepares students for various competitive exams, with a focus on medical and engineering.

Sr Academy is a Noida-based Indian medical and engineering entrance exam preparation mobile app that offers courses for students taking the ‘Foundation,’ ‘NEET,’ and ‘IIT-JEE’ exams. The RDMI Group owns and operates SR Academy. 

The founders of this RDMI group are tech-savvy intellectual minds who anticipated a year of transition in which students would prefer the ease and interactive space where they could feel on the edge. 

Many children want to pursue a specific career path but lack guidance from a mentor and often enroll in coaching centres that prepare them for an exam. Ranjit Rajput, Ajay Rajput, and Kiran Bhardwaj recognised this issue in India and developed this application last year so that every Indian student could study virtually for a low fee structure. 

The SR Academy is committed to providing all Indian students with a high-quality education. The platform’s primary goal is to provide the best service at the lowest possible cost. SR Academy provides both live and recorded online classes for each course. 

Students in grades 6 through 12 can take courses at SR Academy, as well as courses for the C.B.S.E., I.C.S.E., and other regional boards. Furthermore, the company’s primary focus is on preparing students for entrance exams such as the National Eligibility Entrance Test (NEET) and the Indian Institute of Technology Joint Entrance Exam (IIT-JEE).

Students can also attend classes, take practice tests, and access study materials using the SR Academy education app, which is available for Android and iOS devices. The app offers both a free trial and a subscription model, which can be selected based on personal preferences. 

The recorded lectures are available to both free and paid users. So even though classes are taught in both English and Hindi, every Indian student has the opportunity to learn. The cost of the course varies according to the length of the course and the student’s class.

The founders of this application believe that education should not be halted due to a lack of funds or because a student is inefficient in paying a large sum of money. As a result of this thought, SR Academy, despite being a relatively new application on the market, has gained tremendous traction.

When asked about the application’s future and how it would be scaled, the three founders, who are experts in their respective fields, said, “SR Academy is not only our dream but India’s dream as well. What we did was take what India has envisioned for education and the future and tried to put it into a single app.” 

“What we intend to do in the coming years is to make this application as popular as possible so that any student who uses it succeeds in their exams. We intend to make SR Academy an easy-to-use application that caters to all students from various boards,” they added. 

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