A cutting-edge app for the benefit of school students will be released on Sunday in the context of the new National Education Policy, thanks to a tech company incubating under Kerala Startup Mission (KSUM).
SkEdu by JPnMe Pvt Ltd is an artificial intelligence assisted digital assessment platform, providing overall performance improvement in the school community.
SkEdu is a one-of-a-kind application that combines technological innovations and emotions for the mental well-being of students, a KSUM statement said on Saturday.
It was designed to foster a “fuller growth” of students, enabling them to understand and improve their strengths and skills, he said.
The app offers academic and creative assessment modules that co-opt psychological analysis, according to the release.
The KSUM registered company is among the top seven education technology startups accelerated by the GAIN StartupToScaleup program.
A 1-hour to 10-hour webinar will precede SkEdu’s virtual launch feature on November 22.
The topic will be NEP 2020 Integrating Technology to Ensure Holistic Student Development in School Education, the statement said.
JPnMe has created innovative solutions to provide comprehensive, time-sensitive assessment platforms that help improve children’s performance.
KSUM is the Government of Kerala’s nodal agency for entrepreneurship development and incubation activities in the state.