We are a group of enthusiastic science students, teachers and programmers, passionate about incorporating technology in modern education system.
Primary focus of the organisation is to create simulation softwares for high school science and maths, which allow students and teachers to visualise topics without the need of laboratory or physical devices.
We believe that technology is more a boon than a curse. We see a strong impact of technology on communication, transport, security etc, then why should’t it have a positive impact on education as well.
We need technology in every classroom and in every student and teacher’s hand, because it is the pen and paper of our time, and it is the lens through which we experience much of our world.
– David Warlick
Being a group of teachers and students we are strong supporters of classroom teaching, since teacher has to do a lot more than just teaching the subject, to shape future of his/her students. So we believe in assistance of teacher rather than replacement.
Technology will never replace great teachers, but technology in the hands of great teachers will bring revolution.
– George Couros
Simphy is the brainchild of Mr. Mahesh Kurmi a Maths and Physics professor and an enthusiastic developer. During his initial years of teaching, he used to perform experiments and show specific animation available on the internet in his lectures to enhance the curiosity and visualization power of students.
But it was impossible to perform experiments or present an animation for every concept, so he started developing Simphy, a virtual world on the computer screen where almost every physics situation can be simulated as it would have happened in the real world.
In 2015 some of his ex-students (who were also programmers) joined him to solve the same problem being faced by millions of students and teachers. As of 2018, after three years of their continuous development, a more user-friendly, responsive, and intuitive version of SimPHY was created. By 2020 as we used it in classrooms and got immensely great response we decided it should be available for other students as well .
With SimPHY, teachers can create their own simulations with our easy to use drag-drop tools to make physics lectures more intuitive and engaging.
Ready to run interactive physics simulations, from our IIT JEE curriculum based exhaustive library, for live teaching with SimPHY. Just plug and play.
Proper Lesson Plans with questions and tasks in each simulations for easy on-boarding of teachers and students.
Simphy has been very helpful in engaging students by developing curiosity in them . It has brought the below average student at par level by helping them visualize and feel what they learn in physics.
SimPHY is by far the most sophisticated and handy simulator tool I have used for my Physics classes. From designing complex simulations well before the class to customizing them on the go according to the questions asked by students inside the classroom SimPHY has given me outstanding results. I would highly recommend all science teachers to give this software a try and feel the change themselves.
As I was interacting with the simulations, all concepts got stored in my visual memory. I did not have to memorize. Simphy makes it simpler to understand the difficult physics concepts easily.
It makes you feel physics the best you can.Sir used it during our classes and it helped us a lot to get the feel of chapter before starting it and for sure you cannot find a better software if you dream for getting into physics mentally .
A very useful software, helps me in understanding various physical phenomena and laws in simply. There are a lots of simulations on easy as well as on difficult topics to get more grab on them.