Edtech startup Questt raised $6.75 million in Series A led by Celesta Capital & Premji Invest., where Chiratae Ventures increased its shareholding & other existing investors including AET Fund, MarsShot Ventures, Titan Capital, and First Cheque continue to remain invested.
Questt captures data points for each student, mapping their grasp of concepts, the difficulty level, and cognitive abilities, now plans to utilise the funds raised to build deep-tech capabilities and increase its user base.
Akhil Singh, Co-founder of Questt, said, “Going forward, Questt will enable predictive and adaptive learning to help students pre-empt the problems they might face in the future.” The startup caters to 200,000 in the country across 400 schools, and aims to reach 2-3 Mn students by March 2022, Singh said.
Questt’s data pin-points where each student is on their learning journey and helps them navigate to their destination. With this data, the platform generates insights that will help suggest supplementary learning at the concept level in a personalised way.