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Prepare, Practice, Achieve - Mantra for Clearing UPSC Prelims Is the Heart of EdTech Startup SprintUPSC

November 06, 2020 18:30 IST
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Chandigarh [India], Nov 6 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Directionless preparation, lack of practice and repeated mistakes are the topmost reasons for not clearing UPSC Prelims examination.

To solve these pain points, SprintUPSC has launched India's First Bi-Lingual Platform for UPSC test preparation with high-quality practice questions for UPSC aspirants. The platform has over 12,000 questions covering 230 plus topics and 35 plus books, including NCERTs, in both English and Hindi. It can be accessed via Android and iOS apps or via Web application.

SprintUPSC aims to revolutionize the UPSC test series market. UPSC aspirants no longer have to depend on fixed IAS test series which are not very effective to improve candidate's performance. Through a unique methodology that is based on the five pillars of Prepare, Practice, Adapt, Collaborate and Gamify, SprintUPSC is all set to help candidates crack UPSC Prelims in the first attempt.

SprintUPSC allows aspirants to practice by creating real-time tests book chapter or topic wise. This is to ensure that aspirants can practice as per their own study plan and practicing questions becomes part of their daily habit.

Aspirants can adapt their preparation strategy based on feedback from a state-of-the-art analytics engine which keeps track of their performance using advanced metrics such as coverage, accuracy, and performance score. Furthermore, the platform guides the aspirants on exactly where they are lagging and how to overcome their shortcomings in those areas.

Also, aspirants can earn rewards for correct answers and referrals. The reward points can later be redeemed in numerous ways such as cashback or discount coupons.

The brain behind the startup is a group of technocrats including Simranjit Singh, Arshdeep Bahga and Amit Sareen. Simranjit Singh has over 13 years of experience in teaching for civil services and state services examination. Arshdeep Bahga has worked as a research scientist at a top US university and has to his credit several technology patents, research publications and books. Amit Sareen has over 10 years' experience in software design and development for Fortune 500 companies.

Founding team is supported by industry experts such as Harshpreet Singh, Nitin Monga and Gaurav Kochhar who have decades of experience in education and technology sector. Several senior IAS/IFS officers and industry leaders are on the advisory board. SprintUPSC has also raised a seed round of funding from HNI and angel investors.

"We aim to offer a personalized practice experience that no other platform does currently, by not only showing the road but also help the aspirants walk on it," said Simranjit Singh, while elaborating on their vision.

"Through a combination of innovative patent-pending technologies and original high-quality content developed by subject experts, SprintUPSC envisions to pave a unique and enjoyable way by means of which the civil service aspirants can prepare and practice efficiently for the UPSC Prelims examination," said Arshdeep Bahga, while adding on that.

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Prepare, Practice, Achieve - Mantra for Clearing UPSC Prelims Is the Heart of EdTech Startup SprintUPSC

Chandigarh [India], Nov 6 (ANI/BusinessWire India): Directionless preparation, lack of practice and repeated mistakes are the topmost reasons for not clearing UPSC Prelims examination.

To solve these pain points, SprintUPSC has launched India's First Bi-Lingual Platform for UPSC test preparation with high-quality practice questions for UPSC aspirants. The platform has over 12,000 questions covering 230 plus topics and 35 plus books, including NCERTs, in both English and Hindi. It can be accessed via Android and iOS apps or via Web application.

SprintUPSC aims to revolutionize the UPSC test series market. UPSC aspirants no longer have to depend on fixed IAS test series which are not very effective to improve candidate's performance. Through a unique methodology that is based on the five pillars of Prepare, Practice, Adapt, Collaborate and Gamify, SprintUPSC is all set to help candidates crack UPSC Prelims in the first attempt.

SprintUPSC allows aspirants to practice by creating real-time tests book chapter or topic wise. This is to ensure that aspirants can practice as per their own study plan and practicing questions becomes part of their daily habit.

Aspirants can adapt their preparation strategy based on feedback from a state-of-the-art analytics engine which keeps track of their performance using advanced metrics such as coverage, accuracy, and performance score. Furthermore, the platform guides the aspirants on exactly where they are lagging and how to overcome their shortcomings in those areas.

Also, aspirants can earn rewards for correct answers and referrals. The reward points can later be redeemed in numerous ways such as cashback or discount coupons.

The brain behind the startup is a group of technocrats including Simranjit Singh, Arshdeep Bahga and Amit Sareen. Simranjit Singh has over 13 years of experience in teaching for civil services and state services examination. Arshdeep Bahga has worked as a research scientist at a top US university and has to his credit several technology patents, research publications and books. Amit Sareen has over 10 years' experience in software design and development for Fortune 500 companies.

Founding team is supported by industry experts such as Harshpreet Singh, Nitin Monga and Gaurav Kochhar who have decades of experience in education and technology sector. Several senior IAS/IFS officers and industry leaders are on the advisory board. SprintUPSC has also raised a seed round of funding from HNI and angel investors.

"We aim to offer a personalized practice experience that no other platform does currently, by not only showing the road but also help the aspirants walk on it," said Simranjit Singh, while elaborating on their vision.

"Through a combination of innovative patent-pending technologies and original high-quality content developed by subject experts, SprintUPSC envisions to pave a unique and enjoyable way by means of which the civil service aspirants can prepare and practice efficiently for the UPSC Prelims examination," said Arshdeep Bahga, while adding on that.

This story is provided by BusinessWire India. ANI will not be responsible in any way for the content of this article. (ANI/BusinessWire India)

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