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Dost Education: The Indian Education Tech Firm Bags $25,000 Global Tech Prize

Dost Education: The Indian Education Tech Firm Bags $25,000 Global Tech Prize

The ‘Dost Education’, which is an Indian education technology startup has procured $25,000 USD tech prize along with two other winners who are from Egypt and Tanzania. The UK based Varkey Foundation, which is known to recognize the most innovative technology and hence the New Billion Edtech Price 2019 came into the picture.  It is known to recognize the deserving and Dost was the one startup they found fit for the title. As the company was awarded for its ability to empower parents to take charge of their child’s early education, where all of the company creates short audio with friendly content and later is sent to their mobile phones.

The award was announced in Dubai last month and the Global Education and Skills forum said that Dost software, audio content and toolkits certainly aids the needed. It is simple, easy, fun, and most of all it is addictive. Parents can surely develop their kid’s education at a very early stage. Majorly a parent whose income is low or cannot afford a good education for their kids will no longer face such problems. They can give the same type of education for their kids like all the other kids in their locality.

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