Entri becomes the first edtech startup to launch a course in Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam for CET

  • September 12, 2020

Entri, a Kochi based edtech startup has launched a 150 day crash course for CET, becoming the first ed-tech startup in India to launch a course for the newly announced Common Eligibility Test by the recently formed National Recruitment Agency by the Govt. of India.

The course is structured as 150 daily tasks segmented into 3 levels (beginner, intermediate, advanced) with 600+ video classes, model tests, and sectional mocks covering all expected topics. Each task has 4 videos and has a level up task which contains a quiz, a revision class, and current affairs. The course is designed by a team of teachers and experts who have had experience of more than 5 years in various competitive exams.

As declared by the NRA, CET will be held for 10th, 12th, and Graduate levels, and the crash course is designed to cover all 3.

Commenting on Entri’s recent growth, Founder and CEO, Muhammed Hisamuddin said, “3 million users have used Entri so far. Entri is on track to reach 5 million users in 2020 and is targeting 10 million users in the next 18 months. Entri is targeting a market with more than 400 million people in India who are looking to upskill in their own language to get a better paying job.”

In the first phase Entri would be launching the CET crash course in 3 languages – Hindi, Telugu and Malayalam. The CET course would be soon launched in Kannada, Tamil, Marathi and Bengali also. The CET course is comprehensive and consists of 600+ video classes, Daily Rank booster quiz for 100 days, 50 Full length test, 100 sectional mock tests, 80+ study notes to remember topics quickly and revise easily

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