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Kerala based Startup Entri App to expand at national level

Published in Technology Thursday, 17 May 2018 12:24

Entri, a mobile-based app which offers an e-guide for competitive exams including Public Service Commission (PSC) is all set to expand pan India level soon. The app has already turned favourite among candidate preparing for competitive examination and number of subscribers crossed magic figure of 2 lakhs recently.
The success of Entri reflects in the results of 2018 LDC examination, as 22 among 100 rank holders were the subscribers of Entri. The first rank holder from Thiruvananthapuram was a regular follower of Entri while preparing for the examination. Moreover, among the first 500 PSC Rank holders, 178 are the regular users of Entri. As many as 453 Entri users made places in the main LDC rank list. Unlike, other start-up companies, Entri is preparing aspirants for government jobs by properly guiding them to face competitive examinations.

Now setting a new task to expand pan India, Entri will start providing training programs for people vying for government jobs in all South Indian states. As part of the expansion, Entri has raised investment of 1 million dollars recently and more investors have approached to collaborate in the venture. Apart from it, Kannada course would be launched this month. Similarly, Entri team has already started working on developing different courses in other languages. Training in Tamil and Telegu would commence before the end of this year.

Entri has set sight to raise the number of subscribers from 2 lakhs to 20 lakhs. The company also supporting the economically backward students preparing them from competitive examination. “To share the happiness of success, the company is giving its exam coaching courses worth Rs.6.5 lakhs to 100 economically backward students. Along with the success of the venture, it is gre t pleasure that hundreds of people were able to attain the dream of a government job”, said Muhammed Hisamuddeen, Entri CEO during the press meet.

“By analyzing the data in the Entri, it is able to know in which topic he/she is backward. This would be informed to the candidates and they would be given more training in those subjects. This is the secret behind the success of Entri”, said Entri CTO Rahul Ramesh in the press meet.

Entri is also involved in research activities to integrate artificial intelligence features in the app.

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Entri Marketing Head Sarath Kumar, Founder and CEO Mohammed Hisamuddeen and Co- Founder and CTO Rahul Ramesh at the Press Conference conducted at Avenue Regent, Kochi .

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