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Get Me A Course (GMAC)

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Get Me A Course (GMAC) is an aggregator of courses for online classes as well as classroom courses founded in 2017 by Prof Dr Horst Henning Wolf[1], Rohan Krishna[2], Shashwat Swaroop, Dr Kshama Bhatia[3], and Ammin Rajqotwala.

A report by Google and KPMG says that online education in India alone will be a $2 billion industry by 2021[4]. The founders of GMAC realised that though there was a profusion of courses and MOOC (Massive Open Online Courses) course providers, zeroing on the right course to get started on their career path was a challenge for most people[5]. GMAC’s solution to this dilemma is its Career Path Recommendation Engine named Gravity. This patent-pending Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven skill recommendation engine maps an individual's current position with respect to skills and pay. It suggests suitable courses, for career advancement, along with the expected pay range and skill sets required for that position.


  1. "TUM Professoren - Wolf_Horst-Henning". Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  2. "BW Education | Rohan Krishna". BW Education. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  3. "Creative Problem Solving Skill for Product Leaders by Dr. Kshama Bhatia". Institute of Product Leadership. 2015-12-30. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  4. Christopher, Nilesh (2017-05-30). "Online education will be a $2 bn Industry in India by 2021: Google, KPMG". The Economic Times. Retrieved 2019-11-13.
  5. "Need right online course to climb career ladder?". Retrieved 2019-11-13. Unknown parameter |url-status= ignored (help)

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