Doubtnut witnessing an upsurge of over 50% in student’s queries on its online learning platform amid Coronavirus Crisis

Doubtnut, which has over 15 lakhs users across Bharat has recorded over 46% increase in the number of questions (more than 7,00,000 questions) posted by the students on the daily basis

While the companies across sectors are bracing up from the potential fallout of Coronavirus pandemic, Doubtnut, an AI enabled free of cost doubt solving platform for students across Bharat is experiencing over 50% increase in the daily activity on its application. Doubtnut, which has over 15 lakhs users across Bharat has recorded over 46% increase in the number of questions (more than 7,00,000 questions) posted by the students on the daily basis. Similarly there has been an increase of 36% in the number of students watching the online tutorial videos and 44% increase in the videos viewed. The state of Bihar leads with over 129% increase followed by Uttarakhand (118%), Uttar Pradesh (109%) and Madhya Pradesh (89%). 
According to Aditya Shankar, Co Founder Doubtnut,  “Amid the recent reported cases of COVID -19 there has been a panic all around following which the advisories has been issued by the schools to remain closed for the safety of the students. Our free-of-cost tutoring platform which uses image recognition technology to provide quick solutions to the questions, has proven to be most viable option for students.”
Doubtnut’s platform allows students to find the solution to their questions by simply clicking the picture of the problem and uploading an image on its application. The app extracts text from the image and tries to match it in its database of questions, which are pre-answered and have recorded video solutions. If it finds a match, then the result is provided to the user otherwise it asks the user to post their question publicly for tutors available on the platform to provide a video explaining the query. 
The services are available through an Android app on the google playstore.

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