Launch: RiseBack, the 1st EdTech platform offering affordable undergraduate and graduate programs to US students from Indian universities

Students don’t have to worry about the high cost of education and student debt.

RiseBack is a small step to empower students to earn their future without student debt, it would make them more confident in achieving their higher career goals, leading to higher disposable income triggering economic activity.

Indian-American social entrepreneur Dr. Tausif Malik launches EdTech platform RiseBack.org to provide affordable college degrees to students.

RiseBack is one of the first and only EdTech platforms to offer undergraduate and graduate programs and has partnered with leading Indian universities to offer affordable college degrees to US students.

Dr. Tausif Malik, Founder of RiseBack.org

Dr. Malik said, “The current situation in America does not provide affordable undergraduate and graduate programs for students. RiseBack would be a game-changing idea and trigger a paradigm shift or disruptor in the American education system.”

Students can study for undergraduate and graduate degrees at affordable fees and they don’t have to worry about the high cost of education and student debt. RiseBack wants to focus on providing affordable undergraduate and graduate programs to students because college degree programs pave the way to higher paying jobs and education.

RiseBack’s goal is to take advantage of globalization by connecting students to Indian universities, so that they can fulfill their personal and family’s dream of going to college.

Indian universities are established under the University Grants Commission of India and degrees are accepted in America and around the world, allowing Americans to pursue their professional and academic careers.

Benefits of RiseBack for students?
  • Affordable Education
  • Study from the comfort of your own home
  • work and study
  • Path to winning and achieving professional goals

What is RiseBack?

  • EduTech platform connecting students with Indian universities to obtain their undergraduate degree.
  • RiseBack additionally offers –
    • Skills and Vocational Training and Certification Programs
    • USA Credential Assessment Assistance
    • Recruitment assistance
    • Internship help
    • Incubation and Acceleration Services for Student Startups

How does RiseBack work?

  • RiseBack is an EduTech platform, where students can review, choose and register for undergraduate programs – BA, B.Com, BBA, BCA and Masters (Graduate) programs MA, M.Com, MBA, MCA offered by Indian universities.
  • Indian universities deliver coursework, assignments and tests directly to students.
  • RiseBack offers value-added courses related to their undergraduate and graduate program or according to their career goals.

Malik said that “RiseBack is a small step to empower students to earn their future without student debt, it would make them more confident in achieving their higher professional goals, leading to higher disposable income triggering economic activity. “.

America has attracted top talent to study at American universities, and these professionals have contributed to all facets of society’s economy, innovation, and research. Many of them are from India and have obtained their undergraduate, masters or doctoral degrees from Indian universities.

Over the years, Indian universities have created super successful alumni who are leading Fortune 500 companies, noble laureates, scientists, academics, IT professionals, entrepreneurs in series and investors.

Dr. Malik concludes that this would be the best partnership for both countries and that it would be a win-win situation.

The idea for RiseBack was conceived in 2012 when Malik saw that many Americans wanted to join the IT industry, but going to college was expensive because they were reluctant to create a shortage of local talent.

Therefore, American companies depend on outsourcing or hiring foreign workers. Therefore, he thought why would Indian IT professionals not train Americans in the IT space. But, unfortunately, Malik had to abandon the project and had to move to India to take care of his sick mother.

Finally, Malik thought that the best idea would be to offer affordable university degree programs, that’s why he approached Indian universities to promote their degree programs globally starting with the United States. .

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