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    A start-up in Hyderabad called Edwisely is transforming higher education institutes (HEIs) into AI-driven campuses. The company was founded by Yashwanth Tudimilla and Harsha Kankanala, who have experience in education and technology. Their platform is a Software-as-a-Service (SAAS) offering that enables institutions to adopt AI and improve the learning experience for students, faculty, and management. The platform has already generated revenue of Rs 2.4 crore and has a strong product-market fit.

    The founders believe that AI can revolutionize education by providing personalized learning, intelligent tutoring systems, adaptive assessments, and data-driven insights. Their goal is to help students, faculty, and management make data-driven decisions that lead to better outcomes. By using intelligent feedback and real-time analytics, Edwisely aims to improve engagement and outcomes for each individual.

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    In India, the adoption of technology in HEIs is only at 23%, compared to 99% in the United States. However, the Covid-19 pandemic has forced Indian HEIs to embrace technology and digitization. Edwisely believes that by leveraging technology and data-driven solutions, they can create an environment where teaching and learning are optimized for maximum effectiveness and impact.

    The platform is highly scalable and has the potential for geographical expansion, promising further growth and impact in the education sector. With its focus on data-driven decision-making, Edwisely aims to transform HEIs into AI-driven campuses that lead to improved rankings on various forums, admissions, and placements.

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