What are some ways to make good quality education accessible to low-income communities?


Hippocampus Learning Centres

Posted by Wilbert Daniel on 27 Sep, 2018

Bengaluru-based Hippocampus Learning Centres (HLC) was founded by Umesh Malhotra in 2010 with the idea of opening pre-primary schools in the Tier IV towns. Umesh today runs around 300 primary school centres with 700 teachers in Karnataka alone, benefiting over 11,000 children. 

The startup recruits, trains, and manages a network of teachers in rented village centres, and charges an affordable monthly fee for quality educational services based on international best practices. HLC has raised a total of $21 million from multiple investors.



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