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Dump the book bag: New app gives access to ‘intercontinental’ study material

Students can now leverage on a community-driven, global peer-to-peer platform for their academic needs. Source: Shutterstock

In this Age of the Internet, almost anything is capable of being done online, including getting the full experience of education. With the arrival of Notesgen, students no longer have to worry about missing out on marks because of missed homework or incomplete notes.

Notesgen is a mobile and web-based platform that students can now use to access study material and other content such as project reports, presentations and case studies, Business Standard reports.

Founder and chief executive Manak Gulati says:

“The product provides an anywhere-anytime reading experience to without the need for costly infrastructure..

Available in 135 countries – including the United States, African nations and Bangladesh to name a few – the app boasts a user base of 650,000 and 100,000 mobile app installations.

is currently the best solution in the market, as it is highly secured and provides instant access to content 24/7,” Gulati, an alumnus of Carnegie Mellon University, said.

Students can now leverage on a community-driven, global peer-to-peer platform for their academic needs. Students from Pakistan are able to access English notes a Delhi University student prepare while a student in Africa is able to gain access to maths and science notes by professors based in the US.

While most of Notesgen’s promotion is targeted at India, Gulati says the app is gaining considerable traction in other countries as well. Around 15-19 per cent of Notesgen’s new users are from outside India.

Notesgen can be accessed via its website and is available for download at Google’s Play Store and Apple’s App Store.

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