Mumbai: While the majority of the coaching institutes have been left in the mystic air with anticipation for the future, Pratham Test prep's is prepared to handle the crisis and has gained huge popularity among the aspirants.
Being a prominent name in this industry, Pratham test prep is among the few players in the market who anticipated this shift at the right time and also implemented it with assurance. It has already provided more than 500 hours of teaching.
"We understand our responsibility to ensure no disruption of preparation for the students, as this time of the year is the most crucial for every student. During such a crisis, it was only apt to transform from offline mode to online method of education. The unprecedented shift because of the pandemic brought online education to become mainstream. Where it was easy for the big players to shift to this mode as they had the infrastructure and logistics, but for the small players, it was extremely difficult for this paradigm shift," said Ankit Kapoor, Head, Pratham Education.
While suggesting the students to develop a habit of online studying, the institute has also developed an interactive portal for its student's. The students are constantly encouraged to go online and refer to practice material, but amongst the time of COVID-19, it became more relevant and is being used optimally. Live Interactive classes with high rated technology will be given to all the students from the highly dedicated In-House faculty.
"Known for providing quality education to its students, we are into the forefront to tackle any challenge, and this time the challenge is gigantic. While it is not easy to make a sudden and smooth transition from offline mode to online mode, with the involvement of a determined technical team, the smooth transformation was possible. Our expert faculty is on its toes to help the students who are on the threshold of deciding on their careers. With the help of qualified counselors, we are taking these webinars and shaping the thoughts and dreams of the students into reality," he added.
One of the major concerns for parents is giving attention to their child and also the support of student mentorship. An initiative was taken where personalised mentorship was provided to the students to not only solve academic doubts but also, take care of their mental health by counseling and motivating them to stay positive.