About Us

Meluha was started by group of young and experienced teachers who believe that our methods of teaching have not kept pace with the world around us. As products of the system they have been witness to the challenges faced by the students and the teachers as they struggle to navigate through the demands of our vast syllabus. In an age that recognizes that children learn through various methods like storytelling, teaching, listening to other people, reading, looking at pictures, watching videos and even listening to the radio, schools cannot continue to rely on a uni dimensional approach to learning.

With the help of over 300 experienced teachers over 2 years, Meluha has developed a product with a comprehensive database of the high school syllabus that aims to improve the classroom experience as well as provide students with alternative inputs that meet their own learning style.

About

Cloud Interactive Teaching (CIT)

These are a series of presentations aimed at giving the teachers options to reiterate their points through visual reinforcement. As the teachers take up a topic, they will be aided by an interactive board that contains dynamic visuals, short videos and periodic questions that help to ensure that the students are kept involved in the process.

Flip Class

These are a series of videos, presentations and pdf collections explaining the concept being taught that the students can use outside class. These serve to help the student prepare for an upcoming class thereby giving them an overview of the basic concept so that they can use the class to ask their teachers questions that will further cement their understanding. The Flip Class can also be used as a periodic revision tool. The videos which show the actual scientific process in action as a voiceover explains in simple terms have proven to be highly beneficial in the pilot projects that we have undertaken in a few schools.

Testing and Analytics

We have a database of nearly 2,00,000 questions that will help the students test how completely they have understood a subject. We also have an analytic tool that gives them feedback on their strong and weak zones and then designs the subsequent tests accordingly, something that can be much more useful than just telling them the percentage of questions they answered correctly.