10 Minute School

10 Minute School
Type of businessOnline Education System and Virtual School
Type of site
Education Technology Company
Available inBengali, English
FoundedMay 2015; 5 years ago (2015-05) in Dhaka, Bangladesh
HeadquartersSoftware Technology Park, Janata Tower, Karwan Bazar, Dhaka
Area servedBangladesh
CEOAyman Sadiq(founder) and Sadman Sadik (founder)
IndustryEducation Technology
Alexa rankDecrease 206 (Rank in Bangladesh) (As of 1 August 2018)[1]
Current statusActive
Written inJavaScript

10 Minute School (Bengali: ১০ মিনিট স্কুল, abbreviated as 10MS) is an online educational platform in Bangladesh created in 2015 by internet entrepreneur Ayman Sadiq.[2] The platform covers academic classes from classes 1 to 12 covering the entire academic syllabus of the Bangladesh schooling system, university admission subjects covering different branches of study, and skills training.[3]


Ayman Sadiq founded 10 Minute School in mid 2014 as a YouTube Channel.[4][5][6] Largely self-sponsored in the beginning, 10 Minute School did not initially have a website and solely reached students through educational info graphics.[7][8] It started creating video tutorials for Mathematics and English and eventually started taking live classes on Facebook.[9][10] 10 Minute School went on to cover the entire academic syllabus from Class 1 through Class12, university admission subjects covering topics from public and private university examinations and extensive software and skills training.[11]

While one of the major challenges for the organization back then was to find a suitable sponsor to fund its operational activities, it later came to be supported by telecom operator Robi Axiata Ltd and the Ministry of Bangladesh.[12]


As of July 2018, the website has produced 4000 video lessons, 100 SmartBooks, 3965 quizzes and 255 live classes.[13][14]


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  14. ^ Nisikto