In Greek, ‘Eupheus’ means active seeking of knowledge, a “readiness of will, to learning.” True to its name, edtech startup Eupheus Learning aims to create students who seek knowledge actively, spurred by an excitement and interest in the relevant topic.
“What we are curating as thoughts and solutions in Eupheus Learning are products that enhance both discovery as well as engage learners through various methods and technology,” says Sarvesh Shrivastava, one of the founders of Eupheus Learning.
Why the focus on “discovery” and “engagement”, we ask him. He explains that when there is a discord or variance in the “what and how”of learning at school and at home, students often fail to engage with the topic. As a result, they are compelled to adopt rote-learning for the sake of passing those three-hour-long exams. This, in turn, has long-term implications on the learning imbibed by young people, who go on to join the workforce often ill-equipped to deal with real-life business or academic matters.