Doubtnut, India’s top and only instant doubt-solving platform, has recently announced its partnership with SwiftChat, a leading conversational AI platform, with the aim to enable students to solve and understand math and science problems in a language of their choice.
According to the press statement, the Doubtnut bot on SwiftChat would allow students to take a picture of the problem and use machine learning and image recognition to deliver the answers through short videos. SwiftChat aims to make learning more effective by personalising content, data, and information for key stakeholders in education.
With this collaboration, the Doubtnut bot on the Swiftchat app will specifically assist students from standard one to 12th, Consequently, it will cover the curriculum of CBSE Boards, State Boards such as Uttar Pradesh Board, Bihar Board, Gujarat Board, Rajasthan Board, and entrance exams like IIT-JEE and NEET in both English and Hindi Mediums.
The Doubtnut bot is designed to bridge the gap between tutors and students through easily accessible conversational AI technology and quality content in vernacular languages. The platform is live on the Swiftchat app and is accessible 24*7 to clarify students’ doubts on various subjects such as Maths, Science, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, among others. For classes 11th and 12th, additional subjects include Accounts, Business Studies, and Economics. Additionally, learners of all classes will have access to previous years’ papers, mock tests, and practice papers to prepare well for their exams with the bot, the statement further added.
Sharing on this partnership, Co-founder of Doubtnut, Tanushree Nagori, said:
We believe that by launching the Doubtnut bot on SwiftChat, a large number of underserved students will be able to use our vast video resource library in rural as well as urban settings. Doubtnut had embarked on the bold mission of changing the education paradigm of the nation by providing equal access to quality education to every student living in every city, village, and town, irrespective of their socio-economic conditions. And we are sure this collaboration will help us reach one step closer to our goal.
Through this association, students using SwiftChat can also learn new concepts using Doubtnut’s vast video library in vernacular languages, including Hindi, Hinglish, English, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Bengali, Punjabi, Gujarati, Marathi, Malayalam, Odia, and Assamese.
Chief Data Scientist of SwiftChat, Dr. Rishabh Ranjan, added:
This collaboration is a strategic move by both platforms, aligned with our honourable PM’s vision of enhancing students’ educational experiences through data-driven solutions. With the integration of the Doubtnut bot on SwiftChat, students will no longer have to spend time searching books or different reference materials to resolve their queries. Learning will become easy, interactive, and interesting for the students when combined with other knowledge bots already available on the SwiftChat platform.
Rishabh further said:
Through this association, our shared vision is to improve learning outcomes for all students, especially those outside metropolitan cities.
Doubtnut was founded by Tanushree Nagori and Aditya Shankar in 2017. Ravi Sekhar who joined Doubtnut as a Co-founder in March 2020 and has successfully monetized several consumer-facing tech businesses, including in EdTech. The platform uses AI technologies for image recognition, natural language processing, and proprietary machine learning algorithms to provide solutions to students’ queries. It currently offers over 100 courses including courses for CBSE Boards (UP, Bihar) and 14 other state boards; IIT/NEET/NDA preparation, govt. exams such as CTET, SSC, Banking and also special courses like spoken English.