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JagranJosh launches My Josh, a networking platform for students

01-July-2014
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JagranJosh launches My Josh, a networking platform for students

Education website JagranJosh.com has recently launched My Josh, a networking platform for students and test aspirants, where students can share knowledge, exchange resources and can learn by getting answers to their queries on various topics. My Josh provides an opportunity to the students to connect with other students based on exam interest.

Currently, My Josh houses eight groups (communities) – namely, Current Affairs, Banking Exam, MBA Entrance, SSC Exam, CBSE Exam, Engineering Entrance, IAS | PCS Exam and Science Olympiad. Students can join single or multiple groups by signing to My Josh and can connect with millions of fellow students aiming a common exam.

Sukriti Gupta, CEO, JagranJosh.com commented, “We at JagranJosh.com are always committed to help the student community by “Simplifying Test Prep” in the best possible way, and My Josh is something which takes us forward towards this vision.”
 

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