The recent digitisation which has made education easily accessible from anywhere comes with a set of downsides in form of scattered notes, resources, and assignments distributed in various different applications.

Our idea was to develop a product that could solve these problems by bringing all the activities under the same roof and also providing incentives to students at the same time.

What it does

It comes with 2 separate user interfaces for Teachers and Students.

The Teacher's Interface is all about setting assignments, attendance exams, creating notices, and getting an overall view of their student's academic performance.

The Student Interface allows the students to respond to the work assigned by their respective teachers. It also comes with another additional reward system which is our USP. It allows us to reward the students with discount coupons for completing their assigned tasks.

How we built it

We used NextJS and TailwindCSS for developing the Front-end of both Interfaces, Flask for Back-end and MongoDB for Database. With the integration of Twilio, our notification system was very easy to work with.

Challenges we ran into

We ran into a variety of Front-end and Back-end problems like using Static props on NextJS, making API calls, deploying on Vercel, and integrating StoryBlok.

Accomplishments that we're proud of

With the required team spirit we were able to develop a well-working prototype of a really big project on which we will be working in the future.

What we learned

The biggest lesson we learned is that proper work management is crucial for development within such a short period of 36 hours.

What's next for Ed360

We plan on working and enhancing the features and making it a fully working product eligible for launch in the market. We also plan on collaborating with companies to provide our students with discount coupons in return for an increased user base for the company.

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