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City-based startup selected for WhatsApp story

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GUWAHATI, May 26 - California-based messaging service WhatsApp, which is owned by popular social network Facebook, has selected city-based startup Let�s Learn Together from among more than 100 across India to make a WhatsApp story on it, stated a press release issued here.

To select startups, WhatsApp partnered with YourStory, a platform that publishes articles and interviews on entrepreneurship and startups in India. Out of 153 startups selected from the database of Startup India, 10 were selected by WhatsApp and a production house based in New York was asked to make a video on them.

Let�s Learn Together was founded by Daydee Chetia, a graduate in Economics and Mass Communication from Cotton University, and Upal J Baruah, a graduate from Assam Engineering College.

They thought of the difficulties being faced by candidates of competitive exams and created an Android app that provides online coaching to candidates of the rural and economically weaker sections of the society. They have partnered up with many civil service officers and teachers who share knowledge through this platform.

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City-based startup selected for WhatsApp story

GUWAHATI, May 26 - California-based messaging service WhatsApp, which is owned by popular social network Facebook, has selected city-based startup Let�s Learn Together from among more than 100 across India to make a WhatsApp story on it, stated a press release issued here.

To select startups, WhatsApp partnered with YourStory, a platform that publishes articles and interviews on entrepreneurship and startups in India. Out of 153 startups selected from the database of Startup India, 10 were selected by WhatsApp and a production house based in New York was asked to make a video on them.

Let�s Learn Together was founded by Daydee Chetia, a graduate in Economics and Mass Communication from Cotton University, and Upal J Baruah, a graduate from Assam Engineering College.

They thought of the difficulties being faced by candidates of competitive exams and created an Android app that provides online coaching to candidates of the rural and economically weaker sections of the society. They have partnered up with many civil service officers and teachers who share knowledge through this platform.

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