Frequently Asked Questions | NGN Learning


What is e2e? (Educators to Educators)

The e2e is a place for educators to collaborate and share their creative work with one another. NGN is the first marketplace in India where educators can buy and sell their educational materials. The e2e can be used to streamline and collect educational resources for the purpose of trading and teaching in the classroom.


Why Should I Join NGN? What Are Major Benefits?



Who are Educators?

Anyone who wishes to teach are NGN Educators. Period.
But here are our typical users. Teachers – private, public or retired; tutors, homemakers desire to earn money from home, Bloggers, learners want to make it on their own, professionals service providers and agencies.

Understanding Educator’s Top Challenges

I am an educator, why Should I join NGN?

I am an Educator, Why Should I Sell/Share My Creative Work?



How Does Selling on NGN works?

Selling on NGN is easy.
  1. List your creative work on your branded store.
  2. Customers make a purchase after browsing your product offering.
  3. You will receive a notification of purchase.
  4. Our platform will release the digital files that you have provided.
  5. Customers receive confirmation of digital file shipment.
  6. Customer can download the file and also add to his/her dashboard collections.
  7. NGN will deposit the funds into your account after deducting platform fees.

    What Type of Contents I Can Create and Sell?


    What File Formats are Supported by NGN Which I Can Sell?

      • Adobe files
    • .pdf: Portable Document Format universal document
    • .flv: Flash Video for Adobe Flash Player
    • .swf: ShockWave Flash
    • .ai: Illustrator:
    • .indd: InDesign
    • .psd: Photoshop
    • .ps: Postscript
    • .eps: Encapsulated PostScript
      • Audio and Video files
    • .Avi: Audio interleave movie or sound file
    • .gif: Graphics Interchange format
    • .mpeg: MPEG 1 and 2 digital audio and video
    • .mpg: MPEG 1 and 2 digital audio and video
    • .mp3: MPEG 3 digital audio
    • .mp4: MPEG 4 digital audio and video
    • .m4a: MPEG 4 digital audio and video
    • .m4v: MPEG 4 digital audio and video with Digital Rights Management
    • .mov: MPEG 4 video file, Apple Quicktime
    • .ram: Real Audio Metadata
    • .rm: RealMedia audio and video
    • .tif: Tagged Image Format, publishing and graphic design
    • .tiff: Tagged Image Format, publishing and graphic design
    • .wav — PC/Windows CD-quality digital audio
    • .wmv — Windows Media Video
      • Google App files
    • Google Docs
    • Google Forms
    • Google Sheets
    • Google Slides
    • Google Drive folders
      • Microsoft App files
    • aac, adt, adts: Windows audio
    • accdb: Access database
    • accde: Access execute only data
    • Accdt: Access database template
    • .els: Excel workbook before Excel 2007
    • .doc: Word document before 2007
    • .docx: Word document after 2007
    • .doom: Word macro-enabled document
    • .dot: Word template before word 2007
    • .dotx: Word template
    • .exec: PC/Windows executable program
    • .xls: Excel spreadsheet pre-2007
    • .xlm: Excel macro before Excel 2007
    • .xlsm:Excel macro-enabled workbook after Excel 2007
    • .xlt: Excel template before Excel 2007
    • .xltx: Excel template after 2007
    • .xlsx: Excel spreadsheet after 2007
    • .csv: comma-separated values
    • .ppt: PowerPoint presentation before 2007
    • .pptx: PowerPoint presentation after 2007
    • .pps: PowerPoint slide show presentation before 2007
    • .ppsx: PowerPoint slide show presentation after 2007
    • .pub: Publisher
      • Image files
    • bmp: Bitmap image for PC
    • .gif: Graphic Interchange Format image
    • .jpeg Common image produced by digital cameras and photographic image
    • .jpg:Common image produced by digital cameras and photographic image
    • .png — Portable Network Graphic image
      • Text and other files
    • .bnk: ExamView Question Bank
    • .dot — Graphviz Graph Visualization Software
    • .rtf: Rich Text Format
    • .txt: Plain text
    • .Wpd: WordPerfect Document
    • .epub: E-Pub free and open e-book format
    • .flp: Promethean ActivPrimary or ActivStudio interactive lesson plan
    • .flipchart: Promethean Activeinspire or Activeboard interactive content
    • .inK: Mimio whiteboard
    • .key: Apple Keynote presentation software
    • .knt: KeyNote tabbed notebook and personal information manager
    • .notebook: SMART Technologies SMARTboard content
    • .ods: OpenOffice spreadsheet
    • .zip: MEHCommon archive usually containing multiple internal files
    • .EXE: Windows application
    • .ZIP: Popular compression format
      • Web files
    • .htm — Hypertext Markup Language for all web browsers
    • .html — Hypertext Markup Language for all web browsers

What do I need to register as a seller on NGN?

You will need the following information to register:
  • Your contact details including email and phone number
  • Your business/brand details
  • About you and your business
  • Tax Registration Details (PAN and GST).
  • GST Details are mandatory if you are listing taxable goods and need to be provided at the time of registrationDon’t have GST yet? You can apply here:

Can I sell without having a website?

Yes. You don’t need a website to sell at NGN. You will get your own branded store which can be used for promotional purposes.

Can I sell outside India?

Yes. But your earnings and payout will be in INR.

What Are Fees Structure to Sell on NGN?

As of January 1, 2021
 BasicPremium(limited time only)
Membership Fees₹0₹0
NGN Commission10% on all sells

10% on all sells

At NGN, resources you purchase are delivered electronically. Unlike a t-shirt or a book, you can’t (really) return a PDF, Word document, or other file once you’ve downloaded it. For that reason, all sales on NGN of digital resources are considered final and nonrefundable.

We get though that things don’t always go as planned, so we offer refunds in a few limited circumstances. If your purchase falls into one of the exceptions listed below, you may be eligible for a refund.

Refund requests must be submitted within one year of your purchase and are granted on a case-by-case basis.

Compromised Resource File- A resource file is damaged or is missing content. Example: A thumbnail or preview is uploaded instead of the resource itself.

Misrepresentation- A resource preview and/or description misrepresents what is actually contained in the resource. (Requests are subject to NGN review.)
Example: A product description states there are 50 multiple choice questions in a resource but instead there are 50 true or false questions.

Technical Limitations— You are unable to access a resource because the technical requirements aren’t included in the resource description.
Example: A resource is a Notebook file but this is not listed anywhere on the product page.

Duplicate Purchase— You purchase the same resource twice.
Example: You purchase a resource contained in a specific bundle and then later purchase that bundle within one year of the original purchase.

File Download Status— You purchased a resource but never downloaded the file from your “My Purchases” page. (Verified by NGN).
Example: You purchased a third grade resource over the summer (that you did not download) and find out you are teaching second grade next year.

If your purchase meets these guidelines, you can submit a refund request here. As part of your request, be sure to include the resource name, your concerns about the resource, and any specific examples or details you might have. Screenshots welcome!


Next Generation Nations
In 2017, NGN began its operations as a nonprofit organization in Silicon Valley, California, the USA. NGN’s moonshot vision is to ‘Educate, Engage and Empower,’ the next generation leaders on the global issues by 2120. Thousands of students from the USA, India, Singapore, Canada, Ghana, and Tanzania are Club NGN members, learning to solve their local issues with a razor-sharp focus and an agile, global mindset.
NGNLearning operates under NGNSoft Inc., headquartered in California, USA, and Gujarat, India. NGNLearning’s mission is to transform traditional education into Social Impact-based global learning experiences.

Social Impact (SI)-Based Global education is a system that counters what is deficient in the current need-based education system. While the present system trains students to be able to tackle today’s issues Global education aims at skilling students for future roles and responsibilities. It broadens their worldview.
The SI Curriculum trains the children to be empathic to global issues, work collaboratively across cultures and countries, and use their skills to explore solutions that positively affect humanity.
The Social Impact-based global education system integrates curricular knowledge with global Environmental, Social and Good Governance (ESG) issues, helping students become compassionate, global change-makers and leaders.

NGN Learning’s Social Impact-based curriculum is mapped to national and international standards for quality education. It adheres to the global education guidelines and aligns its learning objectives to the Global Schools’ learning curricula. Your child will get to view the common core subjects through a global lens. They will develop a global citizenship mindset with confidence to confront NGN’s 21 global issues like zero hunger, poverty, affordable housing, clean water access, building a non-violent society, tackling global warming, integrating AI and robotics into human society, championing space technologies and many more.

The answer is that Social Impact-based learning ensures that the child learns ‘ Application of Knowledge’ in the right way. To put it simply, a problem solution learned in the classroom should help the child solve similar real-life issues too. Unfortunately, the present education system does not allow this to happen. Many parents and educators have pointed out that the current education system is outdated, impractical, and narrowly tailored to local perspectives. However, NGN Learning’s system integrates core subjects learning with the life-skills building so that when children pass out of schools and colleges, they are ready to face the world and its challenges with ease and confidence.

At the heart of global education lies the idea, ‘Let the child Explore!’ It allows the students to connect with their world, appreciate multiple viewpoints, be empathic to ESG issues, work collaboratively across cultures and countries, and use training and knowledge to explore solutions that positively impact the progress of humanity. A study conducted by the NGNLearning research center for social changes concluded the following: · 87% of first and second graders are curious to know more about poverty, homelessness, hunger, and environmental issues. They could understand math concepts better by solving real-world issues incorporated in the NGNMath. · 92% of third and fourth graders illustrated logically (using NGNLogic tools) the human toll involved in migrations due to war and other insecurities. · 78% of fifth-graders were able to comprehend and embrace the use of AI and robotics in human life, using NGN Social Emotional Learning (NGN SEL) tools. · 93% of Kindergarten children were able to put together visual information with Captain NGN (a superhero character of NGNLearning) by helping needy people who lacked access to education, healthcare, food, and clean water.

It means after you become a member, you can attend an unlimited number of classes for any course, based on your age, level, and batch assignment.

There is no catch. You need to understand the history of NGNLearning. Since 2017, has worked to empower next generation leaders in solving global issues. One of the best ways to do so is to bring grassroots level changes right from the Kindergarten level. We aim to make quality education affordable to all.

It is to ensure that our programs reach one and all kids. You would not know what you missed until you witnessed one of our classes.

Become a member. Get a batch ID. Start attending unlimited classes assigned to your batch.

We offer only virtual classes

We offer only live classes curated by NGNLearning counselors (teachers)

All our counselors have a minimum BS degree in their domain with extensive experiences in early childhood education. We train our staff on our social impact based curriculum and then deploy to you.

We use the Zoom platform for conducting classes. Make sure that you download Zoom on your system and enable your camera before the class.

Yes. You can attend any classes scheduled in your batch..

We need to track the progress of the students in various subjects. So, we suggest that your child sticks to one batch. You may refer to the batch calendar to know the details of the classes.

A typical NGN class is of 45 minutes. The broad structure of each class is as follows:
2 to 5 min: Welcome, introduction and pledge.
5 to 10 min: Social Impact (SI) based story.
10 to 15 min: Concept learning on core skills.
15 to 20 min: animated SI-based quizzes and worksheets.

It is entirely up to you. You can attend 3 to 5 classes per week. Each class equals 45 min to 60 min. Refer to the calendar.

No. But we have plenty of digital resources available to review missed classes

We believe in personalized teaching. Typical batch size consists of 3 to 4 students depending on subjects. But our counselor (teacher) will give enough attention to your needs. We will make sure you are engaged with us.

Sure. Refer to our individual plan mentioned in each subject.

Ours is a unique post-paid program. We would like you to experience it and then pay. It means you become a member without paying upfront and pay only after attending a month of classes.

You pay after one month of your membership.

Yes. We will not charge you for the first month, should you decide to cancel your membership after becoming a member.

No, we have no such option as of now. We will cancel your membership towards the end of the month and not charge you for the following month. We do not offer a partial or prorated refund.

Currently, we are offering membership till April 30, 2022.

Currently, we are offering membership till April 30, 2022.

We will publish the revised membership fee structure on March 1, 2022. For now, enjoy the benefits of our low-fee offers!

Short answer, No. The concepts that we cover are age-appropriate and aligned to national and international standards. We foster the concretization of learned concepts through application. It empowers students as they learn, reflect, and practice till they master the concepts. We follow schools’ course line and fine-tune it further to ensure that students transition from solving simple to challenging problems surely and smoothly. NGN Learning is a way forward. It is the culmination of traditional Math teaching with the modern global approach to make students independent thinkers and problem-solvers.


Social Emotional Learning.

Social emotional learning (SEL) is a method that helps students of all ages to better comprehend and feel their emotions fully, and exhibit empathy for others. SEL helps your child make positive and responsible decisions, bridge relationships with others based on acquired knowledge and skills. 

Social-emotional learning (SEL) is a method used to promote holistic child development by teaching students’ skills such as self-regulation, persistence, empathy, self-awareness, and mindfulness

The Collaborative for
Academic, Social and Emotional Learning (CASEL) identifies five competencies of SEL:

Relationship skills
Responsible decision-making

CASEL claims that this SEL framework builds career-readiness skills. These skills are learned in a variety of places, including the home, preschool, and schools. Most of the States in the USA set their own definitions of SEL and determine what, when, where, and how SEL works in the classroom. Many states in the USA have found that SEL is best emphasized primarily in preschool, while a handful of other states have set SEL standards in the later grades as well. In short, SEL is extremely important in every phase of a child’s development from Kindergarten to High school years.

Social Emotional Learning based on Global Learning experiences. We have integrated SEL skills with Social Impact-based education.

It is a proven fact 90% of top performers have a high emotional quotient (EQ). Social-emotional capacities lead to long-term benefits such as excellence in academic performance and higher employment rates. People with high EQ have excellent public speaking, creativity, critical thinking, and leadership skills. Here are some benefits of learning NGNSEL:

~25% Improvement in academic performance
Boosts self-confidence
Strengthens emotional intelligence (EQ)
Reduces stress, anxiety, and behavioral problems
Develops empathy towards friends, families, and society
Inspires to become Social Impact Global Leader with high EQ and responsible decision-making

Not true. Worldwide, educators and experts are making efforts to integrate SEL into their education systems.

Many countries have integrated SEL into their education policies. In India too, the government formally recognized the importance of SEL as a mainstream concept through the National Education Policy (NEP) 2020. Its chapter on Early Childhood Care and Education gives SEL comparable importance as other academic competencies.
This is a huge shift and educators are now talking about SEL as a key to “develop good human beings capable of rational thought and action, possessing compassion and empathy.”
A majority of children are exposed to pre-existing societal issues such as violence, inequality, and poverty, affecting their overall wellbeing. The COVID 19 crisis made it worse for the students when they were stuck inside their houses throughout the day, with limited options for physical and emotional outlets.
Given this predicament, educators are now compelled to re-evaluate traditional forms of pedagogy and remodel them to include teaching of skills that are applicable in today’s real-world setting.


NGNLogic is the process of developing correct reasoning and inference skills while learning about social and global issues.

Many private and international schools teach Logic as a core subject starting from Kindergarten. It helps students to think critically and rationally. Logic also helps to understand the STEM disciplines better, especially Computer Science.

Logic is the buzzword today. It is the first step to learning Coding and Computer Science. It prepares the child to understand the STEM disciplines better. Logic helps in varied fields such as computer programming, engineering sciences, business management, and even policy-making. It helps to think critically and make sound decisions. So go for it!
We will be introducing NGN Coding soon.

NGNLogic is built on a Social Impact-based curriculum. Your child will learn about various logical skills from a global education point of view. Your child will get inspiration to become a social impact leader by solving complex local and global issues, logically and rationally. Here are some benefits of learning NGNLogic:
Stimulate your brainpower
Develop reading skills
Develop verbal and nonverbal logical skills
Improve spatial awareness and intelligence

We have developed an age-appropriate curriculum to teach Logic. It focuses on developing the following skills (only 50% of skills mentioned below):

Deductive thinking
Inductive thinking
Mental imaginary
Venn diagram
Decision making
Blood relationship
Critical path
Decision making
Patterns/Color matching
Projects and Activities

A typical NGN class is of 45 minutes. The broad structure of each class is as follows:

  • 2 to 5 min : Welcome, introduction and pledge
  • 15 to 25 min: Social Impact (SI) based story and concept learning
  • 15 to 25 min: animated  SI-based quizzes and worksheets

Children develop their cognitive skills between the ages of 5 to 13 years. They gradually move from fantasy to the logical world. As they grow, they also develop their independent identities. With this growth, they would also need to learn skills that may help them face real-world challenges. NGNLogic teaches skills that will equip them to solve such problems. They will be ready to think out of the box and make sound decisions. This training will guide them in their academic learning too. Gradually your child will improve academic performance.


NGNMath is teaching traditional math in a global context. Real-life examples, global and local issues are integrated seamlessly into the prescribed curriculum.

Schools usually teach Math through a traditional approach which is monotonous and impractical in today’s times. However, NGNMath uses a unique method that attracts the kids and helps them learn math concepts easily. We build real-life context into each lesson and make the students realize the relevance of maths to their lives. Research too confirms that children learn math concepts rapidly if they know where and how to apply them in real life. We have integrated NGN2120 goals (i,e. Poverty, hunger, sanitation, nonviolence, education, healthcare, global warming, land degradation, ocean pollution, AI and Space challenges, and many more) with hardcore math concepts. Your child will learn about the world and its challenges together with Math skills in a way that make them socially -responsible problem-solvers.

NGNMath gives your child a double advantage of learning math concepts and building life skills. There are manifold advantages of learning math from NGN expert coaches. Some of them are as follows:
Improves academic performance
Provides ample practice & doubt clearing
Strengthens emotional Intelligence
Sharpens  rational thinking skills
Develops problem-solving skills

You need not do anything. We have already done that for you. We have developed the NGNMath curriculum based on age, level, and learning outcomes and mapped it with existing national and international math curriculums.

We are working to collaborate. It takes time to change the curriculum and mindset. But we are confident that the schools will embrace the NGNMath curriculum eventually because it caters to the standard students ‘ learning objectives. Soon our curriculum will be adopted by various educational institutions.

A typical NGN class is of 45 minutes. The broad structure of each class is as follows:

  • 2 to 5 min : Welcome, intro and pledge
  • 10 to 15 min: Recap, doubt clearer open session with teacher
  • 15 to 20 min: Social Impact (SI) based story and concept learning
  • 15 to 20 min: animated  SI-based quizzes and worksheets