Noida, Uttar Pradesh India (PressExposure) October 20, 2011 -- Vriti, India's largest assessment platform, attained another milestone by surpassing 150 million questions analyzed.
These 150 million analyzed questions are from 700+ partner schools, coaching institutes, government universities, Vriti franchisees and retail. These questions have been aggregated via several languages like Hindi, Marathi and Tamil, from tests conducted in over 121 cities and towns in India, and contributed by hundreds of authors and publishers. Several tests have as high as 100,000 students appearing in them creating enormous comparative analysis for students. Reliability of technology and accessibility on low bandwidths have been a strong driver of growth. Vriti Infocom seamlessly integrates the tests in online and paper formats to deliver value to both distance and classroom students breaking the infrastructure barrier of India. This assemblage of tests is the largest of its kind in the world" adds Pankaj Vermani, Co-Founder & Chief Strategy Officer.
Comparative analysis with such a large pool assists aspirants to optimize their course plan for best results. "Every student in his exam preparation falls short in getting compared to group of competing students. For over 1000 important exams in India, there are over 60 million estimated students preparing in vernacular languages. This market needs a unifying platform, one student study group for each exam. This is what Vriti's assessment platform attempts to bring to education ecosystem" states Swapnil Shrivastav, Founder and CEO, Vriti. Test analysis provides the basis of this unification as created by the Vriti Exchange, probably the only way to integrate the diversity of schools, coaching institutes, colleges, authors, publishers and the students for each exam.