Curiositi Learning Solutions, a Bengaluru, India-based education startup, raised a Series A funding round of undisclosed amount.
The round was led by Menterra Social Impact Fund with participation from existing investor Unitus Seed Fund.
This funding will help the company expand its operations to more schools, increase learning outcomes and provide a comprehensive solution that enables experiential learning in the classroom.
Co-founded by Manoj Thandassery, Vinod Abraham and Satish Hariharan, Curiositi develops learning programs that integrate activity-based learning with personalized software. The Curiositi School Program offers children in schools a new way of learning Science and Math going beyond textbooks and working on physical models and activity kits in both the subjects.
The company, which currently has over 20,000 paid subscribers benefiting from its science and mathematics program, plans to cater to 100,000 students in two years.