Edtech Innovator Classplus Debuts College Offering Offline BTech Degrees

Offline BTech

The first offline BTech college in Bengaluru has been opened by Delhi NCR-based edtech SaaS soonicorn Classplus. According to a statement from company officials, Polaris School of Technology (PST) will offer a four-year BTech program that will give students both classroom instruction and practical industry experience.

In addition to providing students with a campus experience, the engineering college will make major international IT businesses easily accessible for internships and industry exposure. Classplus is an edtech platform that allows teachers to grow their coaching businesses online and enhance students’ learning outcomes. It was founded by Mukul Rustagi and Bhaswat Agarwal.

The company claims that Rustagi and Agarwal started PST in order to bridge the skills gap that exists between industry demands and the readiness of recent BTech graduates for the workforce. Additionally, the curriculum will allow students to specialize in subjects including Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Computer Science.

The firm went on to say that the courses will be created using a work-integrated degree model that includes 5,000 hours of coding and internships that provide students with real-world experience and exposure to the industry in their second year. It was stated that PST faculty would include founders, CTOs, IT executives and alumni of IIT.

Classplus states that it has digitized creators in over 3,000 cities, catering to over 50 million students. Among its notable backers are Tiger Global, Blume Ventures and Alpha Wave Ventures. The firm has raised over $147 million through fundraising. In FY23, Classplus’s operating income nearly tripled to INR 102.04 Cr.

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