TagHive Collaborates With The Government Of Madhya Pradesh
TagHive’s flagship product – Class Saathi to onboard 2080 schools across 52 districts in Madhya Pradesh to assist in making schools smarter across the state.
Samsung Ventures backed ed-tech start-up TagHive Inc., today announced that it has received a letter of confirmation from the Government of Madhya Pradesh to deploy ‘Class Saathi’ to a network of 2080 schools in the state. Class Saathi is an AI-powered app by TagHive which, along with its clicker, is an affordable classroom solution that engages every student even in remote schools that have no infrastructure such as Internet, computers and electricity. Class Saathi also provides an app for parents and an app for administrators to monitor progress and take appropriate action. TagHive recently closed its Pre-Series A Funding round by Joon Hyon from South Korea, currently valuing the start-up at USD 10 million.
The Education Minister of Madhya Pradesh, Prabhuram Chaudhary, along with the Principal Secretary of Madhya Pradesh, Rashmi Arun Shami and their delegation had personally visited South Korea last year. The objective was to benchmark best practices in Korean schools.
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