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4 Indian education tech start-ups to compete for global prize

Updated : February 19, 2019 07:44 PM IST

India's Augmented Learning, Aveti Learning, Utter and Dost were chosen to compete for the prize, which will involve them competing in a pitch contest at the annual Global Education and Skills Forum (GESF) in Dubai on March 22-24.
Six of the 30 start-ups will be selected to return to the main GESF stage for the grand final in front of judges and a live audience, with the best three awarded $25,000 each and the winner being presented with the Next Billion Prize trophy.
4 Indian education tech start-ups to compete for global prize
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