EnglishHelper is helping millions read, speak and write better in English. It’s initiative RightToRead focuses on technology-enabled English literacy for every child and has reached out to over 4 million students across 28 states and 4 union territories.
EnglishHelper has introduced and pioneered the RightToRead initiative across thousands of government schools in India. Launched in 2013, the program enables the reading of English textbooks in class supported by multi-sensory AI software – ReadToMe®. The software is designed for flexibility and convenience i.e. operates offline (without internet) in class using existing IT infrastructure.
In 2015, EnglishHelper partnered with the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) to implement RightToRead in almost 5000 government schools across the country. The program is poised to cover 100,000 schools reaching over 20 million students by next year.
EnglishHelper, recently launched EnglishBolo™. This product is a unique blended learning program that combines AI technology enabled self learning with live, online teacher classes.
Learners undertake the program over a period of 100 days. During this time they are exposed to 100 self-learning lessons of 15 minutes each and attend 10 teacher classes.These classes can be booked for any time of the day, and for any day of the week. EnglishBolo™ is priced for affordability and can be availed as a ‘pay by installment’ option to assist low-income learners.
To watch the original interview that CNBC-TV18 conducted with EnglishHelper’s senior executives – Sanjay Gupta, CEO and Vineet Mehra, Vice President click on the link below: