~Students from Smaller Cities Can Access Information on DU Colleges from MereExams.com~
~Launched Tollfree Number 1800 120 4740~
New Delhi, June 25, 2018: India had 481 million Internet users, an increase of 11.34% according to the year 2017, but total number of Internet users in rural India is still critically low. Of this, urban India has 295 million Internet users and rural 186 million. Due to this, the access to information becomes difficult in rural India. To provide access to information on Colleges at Delhi University, MereExams, an ed-tech startup has launched Tollfree number for students who can access any information on colleges in India.
The students can access information on the college admission, college courses, admission, documents required, criteria of each college & other related information. There are no charges for availing these services. A team of education counselors provides the information on the education from this toll free number 18001204740.
According to Karan Sachdeva, Co-Founder of MereExams, “We realized the need of offline platform in rural areas as there is dearth of information available to these students. Students in smaller cities have ambition & hunger to achieve but the need of guidance is absent. Thus we thought of reaching out to these students.
We have till date received 2000+ number of queries and amongst those the maximum number of queries we receive is from north eastern region of the country.
The portal provides educational opportunities in 180 broad fields of education, hence providing the student an option of pursuing the skill set, they desire to excel in. The company aims to provide the power of education consultancy to each and every student of this country on college admissions, personalized assistance from educational experts regarding 400+ career paths and 30+ courses as well as shortlist exams from a list of 300+ exams and get timely reminders and tips. Mere Edu Services has received funding after presenting the idea to the Technology Development Board of Department of Science and Technology under “Seed System for Start-ups in Incubators”.