“If you have a math question, I’m 99% sure it exists in our database,” says Tanushree Nagori. We’re inside a giant boardroom, with off-white walls and rows of tables, which double up as writing surfaces. Nagori draws on the table between us, explaining where her fledgling online venture—Doubtnut—lies within India’s edtech landscape, which is projected to be worth $1.96 billion by 2021.
“I guess you’d put us in this quadrant,” she says, pointing to a white space between “local language” and “concepts + doubts”.
Nagori founded Doubtnut with husband Aditya Shankar in late 2016.