EUPHEUS LEARNING IS CHANGING THE WAY KIDS CONSUME KNOWLEDGE – OUTLOOK BUSINESS
When 16th century writer, Roger Ascham penned the educational manual, The Schoolmaster, Eupheus was the Greek word used to describe one who actively seeks knowledge and is willing to learn. Fast forward to 2017 and our current education system makes the term redundant given the preference for rote learning. Attempting to apply the Elizabethan England handbook to digital India are the founders of Eupheus Learning.
Launched in June this year, the Delhi-based start-up develops hybrid solutions including texts, robots and digital material to seamlessly integrate in-class and at-home learning to make the educational process an interactive one.