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This ed-tech startup lets students make money by sharing their notes

02 May, 2017

Remember those days when you had to run from the college library to photocopy shops to get study material ready for exams? The entire process was tiresome and time consuming. New Delhi-based startup Notesgen aims to address this problem of finding and sharing educational content.

Notesgen offers a mobile and web platform for students to share study notes and self-prepared content such as project reports, presentations and case studies. Started in 2015, Notesgen claims to have 600,000 users in nearly 130 countries. In a video interview, Notesgen founders Manak Gulati and Roman Khan talk about the journey so far and the way forward for the startup.

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