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Interval Learning Platform: How a Kerala-Based Ed-Tech Startup secures global funding and making waves in personalized learning


Interval Learning Platform, a Kerala-based ed-tech startup, is revolutionizing the way students learn by providing personalized one-to-one learning experiences. Founded in 2021 by five friends—Ramees Ali, Sanafir O K, Najim Illyas, Shibily Ameen, and Aslah Thadathil—Interval has quickly gained popularity, attracting students from over 54 countries, with a strong user base in India and GCC countries.

The platform focuses on the K-12 sector, offering a wide range of academic and non-academic courses. Interval’s success has garnered international recognition, as evidenced by its selection to participate in Finland’s prestigious ‘Talent Boost’ project.

Two years ago, Interval secured ₹2.25 crore in a pre-seed fundraising round led by prominent angel investors from the UAE. CEO Ramees Ali expressed excitement about the funding, stating that it will enable the company to provide high-quality education to students across the K-12 segment.

Interval achieved an impressive revenue of ₹8.02 crore in the previous fiscal year and plans to allocate its newly acquired funding towards strengthening its technological infrastructure, hiring skilled tutors, and developing new educational content.

With its unique one-to-one live tutoring model, Interval sets itself apart from traditional tech platforms, ensuring attention for each learner. The company boasts a community of over 4,500 dedicated tutors and serves more than 40,000 students worldwide.

As Interval Learning Platform continues to grow, with its headquarters in Areekode, Kerala, and plans for European expansion, it is poised to shape the future of education both in India and internationally, reflecting the potential of innovative ed-tech solutions to transform the global education landscape.

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