New Delhi: This new year (2022), Motion Education Private Ltd, India’s leading Ed-Tech brand, plans to open 50 new study centers across India. Most of these centers will be open in the Hindi belt of northern India and some in the southern states. Over the past two years, Motion Education has seen strong growth in admissions. From over 9,000 in 2020 to over 12,000 in 2021, there has been a 33% growth in student strength this year. With 50 new centers, the facility expects 25,000 admissions over the next calendar year.
Speaking of the expansion plans, Mr. Nitin Vijay, Founder and CEO of Motion Education, said, “While Kota is heaven for thousands of IIT-JEE and NEET aspirants, not all of them are destined for Kota in due to various socio-economic constraints. , especially female candidates. A large percentage of parents in India want to keep their wards in front of their eyes. We therefore plan to educate them on their own premises.
“We are planning to open 35 to 40 centers in northern India. The UP, Bihar, Rajasthan, Delhi and the Punjab are the priority regions. In addition, we are also seeking to meet the needs of the South Indian states. So, through this expansion program, our target would be 50 additional study centers across India. There, we will invest in technology and teacher training to improve academic quality, ”he added.
Recently, in response to the high influx of students, Motion Education inaugurated a new “Daksh” building – specifically for the NEET division located in Dadabari, Kota. Spread over 50,000 square feet, the multi-storey building is well equipped with all modern facilities a quality infrastructure to give effective educational solutions.
The organization is also excelling in the Ed-tech landscape with the launch of numerous personalized courses supported by hybrid learning models. According to Nitin Vijay, “We are not afraid to move forward when people trust our abilities and expertise. For them, Motion Education is not only a solution provider, but also an equally competent planner. Building on their confidence, we invested upstream in smart technologies, and now it is paying off.