Ayush Jain was a third year engineering student at IIT Delhi when he developed a real-time feedback system where students could provide their assessment of a course or professor. However, he had to stop its operations after facing resistance from the college authorities. But Jain was not ready to give up; instead, he continued working on it after graduating in May 2017 — this time trying to create a business model out of it. He tried to introduce it to the management of several private colleges, but that wasn’t working out.
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