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Roshni’s innovative tool examfear providing affordable, quality education

Are you afraid as exams are approaching? Fear not, as Examfear brings you the best solutions to drive away the fear. With an aim to provide free education and at the same time maintaining the quality, Roshni Mukherjee has come up with an innovative tool- to make quality education affordable for all.

Roshni said: “I have always been very passionate about teaching and could sense a huge scope of improvement in the teaching methods. Lack of good teachers and good schools with quality education in remote areas prompted me to start with creating online video lessons so that I can reach all parts of the country. Quality education, at the same time is quite expensive which makes it unaffordable for many parents. Therefore, the motto was to provide Free education maintaining the quality.”

Born in a middle class Bengali family, Roshni feels blessed to have such encouraging and wonderful parents who always motivated her to be good at everything . Holding a good academic record all through, after completing her M.Sc, she joined Wipro where she worked for more than three years post which she joined Hewlett Packard (HP) where she worked as a Senior Quality Analyst for almost three years, and then finally resigned a few months back to follow her passion. is a one-stop platform for quality education Free of cost. There are more than 3800 video lessons on Physics, Chemistry, Biology and Mathematics for Class 9, 10, 11, 12. There are more than 77000 subscribers on ExamFear YouTube channel. The lessons are primarily based on CBSE syllabus, however it can be beneficial to students of other boards as well. The channel is flooded with appreciation from students and viewers from across the country and abroad ad well.

“I started creating Examfear videos in 2011 while I was working for Wipro. Time management is the biggest challenge I used to face. I struggled during the initial years spending all my weekends creating ExamFear videos, and a couple of hours at night on the weekdays. There was a lot of co-operation from my husband who helped me in the initial setup. However, appreciations from my students and viewers on my YouTube channel keeps me motivated to create more and more videos”, she further added.

Expansion of ExamFear in terms of more videos on different subjects and classes is the plan now. Roshni says: ” I also have plans to translate these videos in regional languages so that it can bring a huge impact in the lives of thousands of students in the remote areas who are more proficient and comfortable with the regional languages.”

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Luna Dewan

Luna Dewan

With six years of her journalism experience, Luna Dewan has worked for leading print media like the New Indian Express, Deccan Chronicle and DNA. She has been writing on healthcare, environment and various other civic issues. She is now with as the Assistant Editor.

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