The newly-launched coaching centre is packed with tech-enabled facilities.
Catalyst Group, India’s leading online learning platform, has strengthened its offline presence by launching its brick-and-mortar coaching centre at the pink city. The centre has five batches, each with a capacity of 100 students’ intake.
The newly-launched coaching centre is packed with tech-enabled facilities. It features high-definition smart classrooms with first-ever interactive panels that enable students to watch everything in 3D.
The centre is also equipped with proper seating arrangement, well-maintained toilets, spacious classrooms, special doubt clearance cell, emergency exit, fire fighting system, computer cell, doubt clearance cell and a special Psychological Counselling cell to guide the students through study pressure, depression and other issues as currently in India many students fall prey to stress and mental health-related issues.
Akhand Swaroop Pandit, CEO & Founder, Catalyst Group, said, “This offline centre does not mean we are shifting to the offline space completely. Our offline centers are primarily targeting students who are unable to afford digital devices like laptops, smartphones or tablets. By giving them a direct 50% reduction in the fees, our intention is to provide access to high-quality education and the best teachers to even the underprivileged students of the country.”
“We endeavour to facilitate every economically backward student to live their dream and achieve something big in life through education. Although we have been successfully running affordable online classes all this while, our focus will now be on running offline centres too at subsidised rates,” he added.