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Silicon Valley Based Nestlings Starts Operations in India

Nestlings, the cloud based AI platform in Silicon Valley California has opened a new office outside US in Bengaluru, India. Nestlings is co-founded by Bengaluru couple Sowmya Satish and Rajashekar Basavaraju. The AI cloud based platform offers one-stop solution to students. It connects students with foreign universities providing higher education and those within the country, student loans, scholarships, and visa assistance.

Placement opportunities in the country and abroad are also provided to the students including information about universities within the country and abroad. Surprisingly, the services are free of cost to the students. The company stated that it is offering a scholarship worth USD 250,000 for first few applicants. In addition to this, the company will be offering International English Language Testing System (IELTS) and Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) training free for the first 100 students who register.

The couple through their Ai platform aim to provide more such information and services to students at one place make students easier who struggle to get information and need to apply separately for taking admission to universities making the task lengthy. The company has been successfully providing such services in US and the successful stint led them to expand the services in India.

It connects students with foreign universities providing higher education and those within the country, student loans, scholarships, and visa assistance. The services will be provided free to the first few students. The company stated that it is offering a scholarship worth USD 250,000 for first few applicants.

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