Our founder Dr. Moitreyee Goswami presented her vision on how education through XR can bring about a change in the education system which got coverage in the prestigious The Times of India
Zucate founders participated in Roundtable on Women in Technology with leaders from XR sector across India
Our founder Dr. Moitreyee Goswami's views got coverage in Entrepreneur.com
Zucate's founder Roli Pandey awarded fellowship from WEE Foundation and SINE IIT, Mumbai
Women Economic Forum, a global platform that empowers conversations and connections among women committed to foster constructive change, organised WEF Awards 2018 to celebrate achievers from all walks of life. The awards were given to Women and Leaders of the Decade, Exceptional Women and Leaders of Excellence.
The newly opened urban luxe hotel in Aerocity, Aloft New Delhi held its uniqueness by starting off seasons' events with a star-studded gala gathering in honor of an exclusive edition of the Women Economic Forum (WEF) Awards 2018.
Visual content has been the mainstay of Zucate that focuses on academically weak and economically backward students
Zucate addresses the dual problem of accessibility and learning as an outcome marring the education system in India.
The start-ups already functioning from this centre include Zucate, which is a multilingual education platform for students from underprivileged social groups
Moitreyee Goswami and Roli Pandey’s venture, Zucate, is another example of social innovation, where their web-based platform connects academically and economically backward students to quality educational content across all boards, to help them gain holistic education.
Zucate is an interactive learning technology which aims to fundamentalise learning and enhance accessibility in K-12 segment.
Last week, 7 women entrepreneurs got an opportunity to present their startup ideas at the HerPitch event in New Delhi, organised by women entrepreneurship platform HerSaga in association with Jaarvis Accelerator.
On 3 June, 2016, Hersaga in association with Jaarvis Accelerator presented #Herpitch, a first of its kind initiative to encourage and support women-led startups.
The primary and secondary schools students are our primary customers. Apart from that even teachers and tutors availing our services is a small but not an ignorable chunk of our customers.