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Physics Wallah to introduce comprehensive curriculum from nursery to class 8, introducing AI and coding skills

Physics Wallah (PW), India’s EdTech unicorn, is set to launch a comprehensive curriculum for students from nursery to 8th grade through its school partnership arm, PW Academy. The initiative aims to promote the holistic development of students from an early age. The curriculum will be introduced in three series: ‘Bloom’ series for nursery to class 2, ‘Eunext’ curriculum for nursery to 8th grade, and ‘Spark’ curriculum for classes 6 to 8, with an extension for classes 9-10.

EPN Desk29 November 2023 08:57

Physics Wallah to introduce comprehensive curriculum

PW Academy plans to implement the curriculum in 2,000 schools in the next academic year. To supplement the curriculum, PW will provide two free upskilling platforms: PW Nurture, which offers training in reasoning, mathematics, and verbal skills, and PW Curious Junior, designed to help children develop their coding skills. The ‘Eunext’ curriculum will cover subjects such as Mathematics, Science, and English, while the ‘Spark’ curriculum will impart knowledge in the field of AI and coding.

Imran Rashid, the Chief Business Officer of Physics Wallah, said, “We have always been committed to providing equal access to high-quality education. This initiative aligns with the National Education Policy (NEP) and represents a significant stride in numeracy and literacy. Our objective is to empower young learners, fostering the development of vital skill sets and nurturing critical thinking abilities from an early age. This will not only prepare them for a successful future but also instill in them a lifelong love for learning and a deep sense of curiosity.”

Currently, Physics Wallah is already empowering more than 100 schools in tier 3 and tier 4 cities with the JEE/NEET test program. The school partnership arm, PW Academy, is aligned with the company’s broader vision of providing high-quality education to students, including young girls, in remote regions of India where access to affordable coaching for competitive exams and early skill development is limited.


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