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Transweb Educational Services
Industry Internet, e-learning
Founded Delhi, India in April 2007
Headquarters Albany, United States
Key people
Aditya Singhal & Nishant Sinha
Products Online Tutoring, Homework Assistance

Transweb Educational Services, founded in 2007 by Aditya Singhal and Nishant Sinha, is an online tutoring and educational website.[1][2] The website offers educational resources to students from grade 4 to university level, through its five websites.[3]


Transweb comprises five websites: askIITians, eMedicaPrep, Transtutors, Transwebtutors and Mycollegeabroad.

  • askIITians caters primarily to students in India and the Middle East when preparing for engineering entrance exams like the IIT-JEE or AIEEE.[4]
  • eMedicaPrep caters to medical students taking entrance exams such as the AIPMT or AIIMS.[5]
  • Transtutors is a question-and-answer format website for homework help.
  • Transwebtutors offers paid online tutoring in mostly technical subjects.[6][7]
  • Mycollegeabroad is for students living abroad that needing college admission consulting.


A number of these websites offer services such as virtual classrooms, with text chat, audio chat and shared whiteboards.[8][9][10]

Rajiv Gandhi Navodaya, Dehradun[edit]

AskIITians is in collaboration with the Rajiv Gandhi Navodaya school in Dehradun, Uttarakhand to provide "three-month free coaching for preparing engineering and medical examinations" to students, utilising an "online base [with] live, interactive classrooms by the institute."[11][12][13] Rural students of RGNV get free education, boarding and lodging facility and around 150 students get online assistance in evening after the school is over.[14]


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  2. ^ Shereen Bhan:. "Changing Future Education of India". Young turks - CNBC-TV18.
  3. ^ Naghma Sahar:. "Young Entrepreneurs of India - Salaam Zindagi". NDTV India - 3 August 2008.
  4. ^ "About Askiitians : Hindustan Times".
  5. ^ "Ex-IITians offer help : Financial Express".
  6. ^ Isabel Hayes:. "Indian tutors help Irish pupils online". Sunday Tribune.
  7. ^ "Research Paper on A Theoretical Framework for the Software Testing » Full Grade". 2016-05-31. Retrieved 2016-09-04.
  8. ^ Shabina Akhtar - 2010-04-22 12:00:00: (22 April 2010). "Help on the web". Calcutta, India: Telegraph India Tribune.
  9. ^ "A virtual solution to homework problems". London: - 12:01AM BST 22 May 2007. 22 May 2007.
  10. ^ Isabel Hayes - 2007-06-03 12:00:00:. "Indian tutors help Irish pupils online". Sunday Tribune.
  11. ^ "Naithani launches edu schemes for Govt. Schools". The Pioneer. 26 October 2013.
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  13. ^ "Students will get ready for Engineering and Medical Exams" (PDF). Jagran. 26 October 2013. (in Hindi)