GoodWorks Angel Fund announced the launch of its ambitious ed-tech platform Netskill with a vision to deliver large-scale solutions to upskilling and educational issues in developing countries. A company note said the platform is both personalised and scalable.
Netskill, with a slew of angel investors, has been in stealth mode for the past two years. The startup aims to empower students and professionals from varied backgrounds to learn technical skills and get employed in high-growth sectors like IT, data science, and artificial intelligence. With its innovative approach, Netskill seeks to create the next million tech graduates in India and bridge the gap between industry demand and talent supply.
The AI-powered platform leverages the latest technologies to create a personalised learning experience for each student. It uses machine learning algorithms to understand each student’s learning style, pace, and preferences and adapts the curriculum accordingly. The platform also offers a range of interactive features like gamification, quizzes, and assessments to enhance student engagement and motivation.
Netskill has partnered with several leading universities and colleges to offer its courses. It has also roped in several enterprises and SMEs to train their employees and drive their talent transformation journey.
Companies today need to adopt AI, Big Data, Blockchain, Robotics, AR/VR, and other futuristic tech if they want to survive the near future. Netskill will become the core partner for companies of all sizes to ensure their employees are upskilled or reskilled to implement these newer technologies into their business model and growth.