This Pune-based e-learning platform trains students to complete their syllabus in eight days
RCRT is a self-learning technique that enables students to complete one subject of their syllabus within 8-10 days. Pexels.com

This Pune-based e-learning platform trains students to complete their syllabus in eight days

The start-up's 15-year-old technique will enable students with the potential to develop '100 per cent memory'.

Pune: If you've ever struggled to memorise your syllabus a week before the exam, wishing you started earlier, you're not the only one! However, Rishi Prabhakar International Foundation (RPIF)'s digital Rapid comprehension and Review Technique (RCRT) aims to prepare students with the art of memorising their syllabus in a week.

The platform was launched in the presence of Murlidhar Mohol, Mayor of Pune, who also inaugurated the virtual unveiling. Also present at the event were co-founders Digital RCRT Mrs Arundhati Rishi Prabhakar and Siddhant Rishi Prabhakar.

The Pune based e-learning start-up which is managed and developed by Siddhant Prabhakar was originally the brainchild of Late Guruji Rishi Prabhakar (founder of Rishi Samskruti Vidya Kendra). Taking the concept ahead, his son Siddhant thought of digitising the learning technique by making it available on the Digital RCRT platform.

How does it work?

RCRT is a self-learning technique that enables students to complete one subject of their syllabus within 8-10 days. Making learning versatile and effortless, this technique is backed by various scientific processes. It also claims to help students acquire an extra edge to hone important academic skills that they can acquire throughout their lifetime.

"Student growth has always been a matter of concern to us, and with COVID's impact on the learning and education sector, we were furthermore encouraged to bring this effortless and quick learning technique to the digital platform," Arundhati Rishi Prabhakar, the co-founder of Digital RCRT, was quoted saying during the launch. "With this launch, we aim for students to learn their syllabus on their own. We aspire to make students independent learners who can learn 100 per cent of their syllabus in a short span," she added.

Arundhati also believes that every student has the potential to score well, which is why every academic year is considered equally important for their development. "With our otherwise physical RCRT course now available digitally, students will not miss out on any valuable time for extra-curricular activities," she continued.

"RCRT brings a much-needed shift from "teacher-centric" education to "student-centric" learning," stated Dr Swarup Dutta, an educator and counsellor. "This technique involves students being the decision makers of what they want to learn, making them creators of knowledge from mere absorbers of knowledge," she added.

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