Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
At the recently concluded Industry 4.0 Conference, CAKART.in, the largest provider of finance education was specially felicitated by the Government of India for its contribution to government’s Digital India initiative. Honorable Cabinet Minister Sri Anant Kumar felicitated and commended CAKART.in for bringing good quality, affordable education to masses through the use of technology. He said, “Employment and jobs for all is a priority area for the government. And, good education across different streams is must to make our youths employable not only in India, but also all across the world. CAKART.in and companies who are using technologies to create better, affordable education is also doing a great service to the nation.” He exhorted more companies to join the digital India initiative in the sphere of education.
CAKART.in helps finance experts around the world to create excellent courses and study material using technology. The courses from CAKART.in help students preparing for around 80 prestigious examinations. These exams are undertaken by around 25 million students around the world every year.
The USP of CAKART.in is its focus on data science. Using advanced data science, the study pattern of millions of students are captured. Based on the data, personalized changes are made on the go to help new students learn faster and better.
For instance, it is critical for an aspirant just going to appear for a CA exam that she receives information on revision, last minute exam checklist, and deep level analysis of all past CA final result, IPCC result, CPT Result data. Whereas, for a student who is starting to think about taking CA exam, information is centered around various aspects of CA Final Syllabus, CA Final Registration and CA Final study material.
Similarly, for all 80 finance exams covered by CAKART.in, students are provided with customized information at each phase of their preparation. Technologies such as AI, Machine learning, data analytics and process automation help CAKART.in serve varied requirements of more than a million students every month.
Finance students, especially in India, face many challenges while pursuing their career. Students of class 11/12 commerce stream, B.Com or M.Com have to make do with relatively mediocre quality education provided in nearby schools, colleges or tuition classes. Many students also aspire to prepare for prestigious and very difficult exams such as CA, CS, CMA, CPA, ACCA, US-CMA, CFA, CIMA, FRM, etc. The paucity of good quality experts and exorbitant fees charged by local institutions force many to abandon their ambitions.