PhysicsWallah, India’s top online education technology platform, has entered the Maharashtra Public Service Commission (MPSC) preparation domain with the launch of MPSC Wallah. The platform offers a comprehensive preparation opportunity to students. As a part of the course, prelims preparations will be available free of cost and mains preparation will be available at disruptive pricing, according to an official statement.
Under the programme, students will get access to detailed class notes, mock tests, live lectures, mentorship programs, test series and doubt-solving discussions, the statement further mentioned.
Speaking about the initiative, Founder & CEO of PhysicsWallah, Alakh Pandey, said:
The launch of MPSC Wallah will help PW expand its ambit and offer affordable and holistic preparation for a number of competitive exams. The MPSC exams are one of the most challenging and critical exams for students in Maharashtra, and the course is available in the Marathi language.
Started as a bootstrapped company in mid-2020 by Alakh Pandey and Prateek Maheshwari, PhysicsWallah strives to develop a comprehensive pedagogical structure for students, where they get a state-of-the-art learning experience with study material and resources. Apart from catering for students preparing for JEE/NEET, the platform also provides study material for each state board, like Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, and others. The startup’s focus is to make the learning experience as economical as possible for all students.
With its affordable courses like Lakshya, Udaan, Arjuna, and many others, the company has provided a platform for lakhs of aspirants. From providing Chemistry, Maths, and Physics formula to giving e-books of eminent authors like RD Sharma, RS Aggarwal and Lakhmir Singh, PW focuses on every student’s need for preparation. It also caters to over 3.5 million registered students and over 78 lakh+ Youtube subscribers, with a 4.8 rating on its app.
Last month, PhysicsWallah announced its partnership with Unicommerce to ensure the seamless delivery of study material. The company became India’s 101st unicorn after raising $100 million in its first round of funding from WestBridge Capital and GSV Ventures at a valuation of $1.1 billion in June 2022.