It is widely known that there are wide gaps in the Indian educational system. One ambitious young man, Rippan Dutta, has made it his goal to make a change. After graduating from the prestigious Indian Institute of Technology in Bombay in 2015, rather than spending more time doing a Masters program, he decided to jump start his career. He spent 2230 Dollars on a course which made him qualified as a product developer. The issue he had at art was changing the lives of lower socio economic class children’s education. Since there are not enough tutors, Upgrade, a venture for educational technology, has tried to change that. Rippan joined Upgrade and together with experts in the field, they created a virtual tutor program which can automatically provide kids with lessons who would otherwise not get teaching. Of course, the virtual tutor cannot make up for a real teacher, but it definitely is a good solution for poorer areas in India.