The Bengaluru-based startup, Vedantu is bringing innovation in this area, by taking quality education to the next level, including the remotest corners of the country. They are using virtual reality to augment the one-on-one teacher-student learning experience. Vedantu has created an algorithm to analyse the teaching styles and session quality on at least 36 parameters. The feature provides feedback to a teacher after every live session where it explains the tutor how to improve. The four-year-old startup, which mainly caters to ICSE and CBSE students, claims that the technology has increased their teachers' income. Vedantu operates on a marketplace model where the teacher gets 70-80 percent of the total fees received and the rest is retained as company margin. A single teaching session costs anywhere between Rs. 300 and Rs. 800, depending on the course offered. To push its presence in tier 2 and 3 cities, Vedantu plans to partner with schools to offer courses online.