Amazon on Wednesday launched the Amazon Academy, which will launch a service to help students in India prepare for admission to the country’s prestigious engineering college. The e-commerce giant is the latest entry to the market where scores of startups and institutions have launched digital offerings in recent years.
The e-commerce giant, which has invested more than $ 6.5 billion in the world’s second-largest internet marketplace, said Amazon Academy curated learning materials to help students learn and practice math, physics and chemistry, Provides live lectures and comprehensive evaluation. Joint Entrance Examination (JEE).
Amazon began testing Amazon Academy, formerly known as JEE Ready in India in mid-2019. Amazon Academy, available for download from the Google Play Store and App Store, is free for the “next few months” and will remain so.
“The aim of Amazon Academy is to bring high quality, affordable education to all with those preparing for engineering entrance exams. Our mission is to help students achieve their results, while empowering teachers and content partners reach millions of students. Our primary focus has been on content quality, in-depth learning analysis and student experience. This launch will help engineering enthusiasts to prepare better and achieve a winning edge in JEE, ”Amol Gurwara, director of Amazon India, said in a statement.
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