Ayman Sadiq witnessed this problem while he was teaching at a coaching class. Ayman saw a lot of students in Bangladesh moving to Dhaka for coaching classes to get into decent colleges. However, many of them dropped out eventually because of affordability. That’s when inspiration struck Ayman. He wanted to provide a better alternative to students which would be affordable accessible.
The platform covers academic classes from classes 1 to 12 covering the entire academic syllabus of the Bangladesh schooling system, university admission subjects covering different branches of study, and skills training. Mobile Application: 10 Minute School - Online Learning Courses.
The 10 Minute School project has a team of 52 students who are working relentlessly towards reaching their goals and it is the never-ending effort of this team that keeps it running. They also have a ton of interns and freelance writers from all over the country working for this initiative. Their efforts gained nationwide as well as worldwide recognition. They received the BRAC Manthan Award, YSSE Impactful Project of the Year Award, the Swiss Embassy Award for Social Impact, DYDF Award for being a Youth Icon, and the Slush Regional Winner award. Ayman Sadiq also went onto win the Queen’s Young Leaders Award 2018, got listed in the Forbes Asia Under 30, and got awarded the best e-learning award from the Asia Pacific ICT Alliance for his school.
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