Our Vision

Be the learning platform of choice for all schools around
the world.

Our Mission

Build a unified platform that connects students, parents, teachers, and administrators to improve students' learning outcomes.

TagHive Inc., incorporated on April 25, 2017, is a Samsung funded education technology company with headquarters in South Korea and an office in India. We have 22 registered patents and trademarks, and ten others are pending. Our solutions are used in over 5,000 schools in India and South Korea, and over 430,000 students have downloaded the Class Saathi self-assessment solution.

Class Saathi is a clicker based smart classroom solution that makes formative assessments seamless and data-driven. Teachers can use the Class Saathi app to evaluate student's proficiency in various concepts taught in class.

Administrators and Parents can also see this learning data on their respective applications. Class Saathi has over 30,000 multiple choice questions on Maths, Science, English and Social Science, aligned to the CBSE curriculum for students of Classes 6-10. Over 8 million questions have been solved on Class Saathi as of February 2023.

Aligned with the New Education Policy's micro-learning objectives and continuous assessments, our “Data First” approach ensures greater accountability at all levels. Class Saathi is affordable and doesn't require schools to upgrade their infrastructure. “No internet” and “No electricity” aren't the limiting factors in making classrooms smart.

Meet the Founder

Pankaj Agarwal is the Founder & CEO of TagHive, a Samsung funded education technology venture with operations in South Korea and India. He is an inventor on over 75 international patents and was on the list of Fortune India 40 Under 40 and BusinessWorld 40 under 40. He was also one of the ten winners of the MIT TR35 India (Innovators Under 35) Award in 2017. Before TagHive, Pankaj was with Samsung Electronics for over a decade. He has been the Founder and Chairman of the IIT Alumni Association of South Korea since 2015 and is also a board member of the Indian Chamber of Commerce in Korea (ICCK). Pankaj has a Bachelor of Technology degree in EE from IIT Kanpur, MS from Seoul National University and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.