With roughly 10 million students, parents and teachers in India already accessing its platform each month, Brainly, the world\u2019s largest peer-to-peer learning and knowledge sharing community, is now looking at further expanding its operations in the country. \u201cWe see a great potential for peer-to-peer learning in India,\u201d said Michal Borkowski, co-founder and CEO of the company that has headquarters in Poland and New York. \u201cWe have observed that both parents and students in India are highly aware of the importance of education and are constantly looking for new and better ways for improving their learning efficiency, but are mostly limited to seeking private tuitions.\u201d He believes that Brainly\u2019s peer-to-peer learning approach is a \u201cperfect fit for India.\u201d A peer-to-peer approach is the one wherein students and experts engage and support one-another by solving doubts pertaining to a certain subject matter, helping with a grasp over the concept instead of a mere solution. Brainly acts as a guide that provides understanding of specific academic topics, and Borkowski said the company has a proven track record of success \u201cwith 83% students crediting the platform for expanding their knowledge base, 84% claiming that it has boosted their curiosity and a further 80% remarking that it has empowered them to embrace challenging situations.\u201d Globally, Brainly has a monthly user base of around 100 million students, parents, teachers and experts, hailing from 35 countries. \u201cWe aspire to be a resource for everyone who wants to share and gain knowledge \u2026 in India, we want to emerge as an alternative for private tutoring,\u201d added Borkowski.