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Edtech startup Cymatic launches 5D assessment technology for K12 learning



Bihar-based EdTech startup, Cymatic has announced the launch of 5D assessment technology for online learning with 24 by 7 doubt assistance for K12 students.

In a statement, Cymatic said, “The 5D assessment framework will customize the evaluation from expert teachers on their learning portal and help students to understand their progress under five dimensions.”

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“With this addition to their learning portal, the company intends to sync NEP with its vision to create new standards of learning & teaching, diversifying the scope of learning for both rural and urban India,” the statement added.

Speaking on the launch of 5D assessment technology for K12 students, Kaushik Sharaf, CEO & Founder of Cymatic said, “Education is every kid’s right and we at Cymatic have always focused on providing the students with quality education, leveraging technology. Growing up in a small town, I have faced various difficulties in obtaining good quality education at the same level as a metro city.”

“Hence, I strongly believe that regardless of the background, every student deserves quality learning and along with that a sense of encouragement to keep them going. Working towards the same vision, we feel extremely proud to be the first Edutech start-up that has brought the 5D assessment framework to India, customizing learning for each student,” Kaushik added.

Adding to the statement, Cymatic said, “As every individual is different and has different capabilities, therefore teaching everyone with the same method is an injustice to them. It in turn might develop a sense of inferiority over others. Instead, with a better and more accurate assessment of students undertaken by different stakeholders like teachers and parents in consideration, they can build each student an individual and customized learning path, which could lead to gradual, but effective improvement from amateur to pro.”

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“The 5D Assessment framework shall evaluate students along five dimensions: purpose, student engagement, curriculum and pedagogy, assessment for student learning, and classroom (peer) environment and culture. This tool can be used as a lens for observing progress and growth, and help students deeply analyze their strengths and weaknesses, thereby allowing them to work on the exact gaps affecting their studies in their learning curve,” the statement said.

Cymatic also launched their ‘Live Video Interactive Class’ along with 24×7 doubts assistance. The Live Video interaction will allow room for peer learning as well as generate personal coordination between students and teachers, giving each individual an equal opportunity to voice their opinions.

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This feature will also assist the teachers in monitoring and assessing the users, forming a reference point for the 5D assessment.


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Krishna Mali
Krishna Mali
Founder, CEO & Group Editor of TechGraph.

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