Meritnation Junior – Gaming and Learning For Kids Launched in India

Meritnation which is India’s biggest online education portal has just launched a new offering solely for the students of classes I to V called ‘Meritnation Junior’.  It concentrates on idea based learing with practice as the bedrock of all knowledge being achieved.

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Meritnation Junior has been produced as a training stage for learners that is captivating and assures correct authority of each subject for the students. It is an incentive based program for young learners and coupled with short videos, it helps the students understand things better upon getting stuck. It follows a  gamified practice based approach along with a fun study companion called POTU to help make studies addictive for the young learners.

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High quality animations, help with the homework and a pretty capable parent dashboard with access to detail reports are a percentage of the characteristics of Meritnation Junior that are outfitted to make learning fun and addictive. Pavan Chauhan, MD and CEO – Meritnation.com at the launch of Meritnation Junior said, “At Meritnation, our endeavour is to make learning tools easily accessible and very user friendly. With a platform dedicated to junior classes, we have gone a step further to diversify the ways in which basic concepts and elementary aspects of every subject can be absorbed through fun and games. The idea is to get students to enjoy learning from a very young age and master their basics.”

There are over 500+ topics with over 1000+ videos alongside downloadable worksheets. Parents can test their children with tests and the reports which come out will help the parents identify the weak areas of their students. Scorometer helps in keeping a track of the child’s progress. Collection of points  opens up new avatars which inspires  students. There are revision videos and downloadable worksheets as well for revisions.

Meritnation is the country’s largest online educator in the country for classes 1 to 12 and has been aiding students since its inception in the country back in 2009.