HDL – Lido Learning announces the ACE program, a guarantee for better marks!
New Delhi: In just 2 years, Lido Learning has already emerged as one of the most important players in the Indian edtech space, with its small-group tuitions in Maths, Science, English and Coding for students from KG to Grade 12. The company is now so confident of its offerings and the value it offers to students and parents, it has launched a flagship ACE program. Under the unique program, Lido Learning guarantees that its students will show better exam results, or their entire course fee will be waived off — within just 8 months of taking classes.
The policy is a result of the company’s faith in its learning model, as well as its students’ love for the platform. The company clocked 87% student attendance across subjects and grades for the entire last quarter. This was due to Lido’s hyper-focus on maintaining small classrooms of maximum 6 students to help Lido-ers reap the benefits of personalised attention and peer learning simultaneously.
Speaking about the ACE program, Lido Learning’s CEO Sahil Sheth said, “The ACE Program is the culmination of a lot of research and experiments to build a model that delivers on our promise of making success a habit for each Lido-er, in all aspects of life. Our small-group tuition classes give students the perfect opportunity to truly absorb their learning, understand it, and apply it in real life. They are neither restrictive like prolonged one-on-one tuitions, nor unstructured like large group tuitions can be, with no child getting the attention they deserve. We can guarantee success with ACE — to the extent that we’re willing to return course fees if the child doesn’t show measurable improvement — because we know it works.”
Any child who enrolls with the e-learning platform from September will automatically qualify for the ACE program. By including every student in this guarantee of better scores, Lido aims to inspire a higher degree of trust and confidence in all its customers. In return, Lido asks for 3 indicators of commitment from the student – 80% minimum attendance, completion of 80% of homework, and 8 months of classes.