LeapLearner coding company launched in India

The company will be based out of Gurugram and managed by Indian EdTech entrepreneur, Rahul Ranjan.

By Author  |  Published: 10th Feb 2020  12:40 amUpdated: 9th Feb 2020  5:05 pm

Gurgaon: LeapLearner India has joined the company’s global network of over 1,000,000 students located across 20 countries, including China, Israel, and the US. The company will be based out of Gurugram and managed by Indian EdTech entrepreneur, Rahul Ranjan. LeapLearner International’s Co-Founder and CEO, Ami Dror, will also serve as Chair of the global corporation’s Indian enterprise. Dror, an Israeli serial entrepreneur, moved to Shanghai in 2016 to launch LeapLearner in China together with renowned mathematics education expert, Aaron Tian.

The company has since reached over a million students through their online and offline offerings for the acquisition of 21st century skills.

Following the popularity of their cutting-edge computational thinking courses in China, LeapLearner India will now offer this curriculum for students ages 5-14 across India.

Through LeapLearner’s uniquely designed platform and learning tools, children will learn coding languages such as Scratch and Python, as well as App Development, AI, Robotics & Machine-Learning. The company’s pedagogical approach and intuitive learning platform have been customized for Indian teaching-learning methods.

In addition to one-on-one online lessons, courses will be available at over 40 learning centers and ten K-12 Schools. As LeapLearner India grows and expands its activities, the company will enable top-rated teachers to offer home tutoring and small-group offline classes as well.