The most popular app in Nepal, Hamro Patro, introduces its new product, “Hamro Learning Center.” Hamro Learning Center is a platform that helps Nepali students learn through video lectures and e-learning courses.
Hamro Patro collaborated with Deerwalk Sifal School to bring educational video lectures to Nepali students. Many Nepali students lack quality education due to limited resources, including textbooks, and lack of proper guidance. Using technology, Hamro Learning Center aims to bridge the gap between students and quality education.
“Hamro Learning Center will play a vital role in making positive changes in Nepal’s education and make it accessible to all the students.”
— Shankar Uprety, Founder & CEO of Hamro Patro
According to Hamro Patro, Hamro Learning Center is open to all institutions that want to provide video lectures and e-learning courses.
During the pilot phase, Deerwalk Sifal School has added more than 2,200 video lectures spanning grade 4 to grade 11. All of these courses are free for both students and other schools.
Hitesh Karki, Chairman of Deerwalk Educational Group, said, “We are delighted to partner with Hamropatro to share our flipped classes. Our recorded classes are already hugely popular amongst students all over Nepal but still face issues of limited reach.”
Further, he added, “We have always been looking for ways by which we can reach an even larger student base, and Hamropatro in this context is a perfect medium.”
Users can use Hamro Learning Center by downloading the Hamro Patro app from App Store (iOS) or Google Play Store (Android). Users can also access all the courses by going to learn.hamropatro.com.
Hamro Patro, which started as a simple Nepali calendar in 2010, today offers more than thirty services, including news, radio, astrology, consult, digital health, and remittances.
Deerwalk Sifal School is a secondary school established in 2016 that runs classes from 1 to 12. It is located at Sifal, Kathmandu.
(Referenced from PR)