Education and training sector

Atul Nishar’s new venture Azent Overseas Education aims to redefine student experience

Azent Overseas Education has an Online Counselling Centre, which offers the same one on interaction and attention, from the convenience of their home

Azent Overseas Education Limited, an online offline EdTech Startup founded by Atul Nishar (Founder Hexaware Technologies Ltd and Aptech Ltd ) and his daughter Priyanka Nishar – an alumnus of Harvard Business School and Cornell University seeks to disrupt the overseas education advisory industry with extensive and effective use of innovative technology.

To study abroad is a life changing decision for Indian students. They need impartial guidance backed by a good knowledge base and up to date information. Azent aims to offer these to the students by using modern technology like AI, data mining, etc. Azent focuses on diverse offerings, providing students the best possible admissions guidance, while keeping in mind their individual strengths, to set them up for future success.

“Azent is structured as a Public Limited company. This is one of a kind as distinguished from the proprietary and partnership model that is prevalent in the advisory industry. We have planned an investment of INR 250 Cr in cutting edge technologies, building of products and offerings, acquisition and centre infrastructure.” said Atul Nishar, Founder, Azent Overseas Education.

Priyanka Nishar, Founder, Azent Overseas Education added, “Our students can access over 1200 universities across the world. We match students to the best possible universities where they will excel in their programs. Our comprehensive list of scholarships will guide students and further their possibilities.”

Azent aims at adopting digital means to transform education advisory and student guidance. Its technology driven centres in Mumbai, Thane, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru will help students in selecting the right course and university from over 1200 universities across USA, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland and Singapore. Azent will also help them get continued support with applications, visas and pre- departure processes.

Azent offers immersive student experience and guidance through use of Virtual Reality (VR) at each of its “Experience Centres”, which is a first of its kind for the overseas education industry. Students can experience university campuses in Virtual Reality, have their questions answered by India’s first admissions Chatbot, and meet with highly experienced counsellors to help with their decision making.

One response to “Atul Nishar’s new venture Azent Overseas Education aims to redefine student experience”

  1. Admit says:

    Thanks for sharing the information for a study abroad. but please share how student can apply and how they can evaluate the profile for further information. because higher education is the main challenge for an Indian student.

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