Bengaluru-based startup Impartus Innovations aims to make classrooms fun with video-based …

When it comes to amalgamating classroom teaching and technology, things could get quite tricky, at least when looking for a long term solution. Needless to say, overhead projectors have been the only technology mostly seen in classrooms and recently we’ve also seen a shift in pattern towards e-learning. One common practice has been to learn using pre-recorded videos, but how long can a monotonous video hold a student’s attention? Working to cross this hurdle, Bengaluru-based startup Impartus Innovations is trying to break the monotony and make learning fun with personalised and gamified videos. The startup was founded in  2013 by Amit Mahnsaria, Alok Choudhury and Manish Kumar. They started out with an eight seater office in Gurgaon (that they still retain). Being a deep technology company, the founders decided to move…


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