10 Minute School Info, History, Cources, Videos, Owners & More

10 Minute School is an Internet-based educational organization founded by education entrepreneur Ayman Sadiq . In the early stages it was supported by Bangladeshi mobile operator Robi .  The goal was to create a space that; From where people can easily study if they want. The institute also produces short lectures on YouTube and Facebook and on their own website.  Basically this website or organization creates video class lectures in Bengali language .

10 Minute School
Native name
১০ মিনিট স্কুল
Type Online education system, virtual school
Traded as
Industry Edtech
Founded May 2015; 7 years ago
Headquarters Mohakhali DOHS,

Dhaka, Bangladesh
Area served
Key people
Ayman Sadiq (Founder CEO)Mirza Salman Hossain Beg (COO)

Abdullah Abyad Raied (CTO)

Products Mobile application:

  • 10 Minute School – Online Learning Courses
  • E – Learning App for Schools & Universities
  • E- Training App for Companies & NGOs
  • ACC Digital Classroom
Services E-learning
Owner Ayman Sadiq, and Sequoia Capital
Website 10minuteschool.com
Footnotes / references
10 Minute School YouTube
Ayman Sadiq YouTube

Education system

This institution imparts education through Facebook and YouTube. Also, the institute’s website provides curriculum and life skills education in several disciplines such as SmartBook , 10 Minute School Blog, 10Minute School Live. At present this organization has thirteen and a half lakh active members.

Also JSC, SSC, HSC, Entrance Test, Skill Development, Model Test, Video Library, Live Classes. Online classes for all subjects of JSC, SSC, HSC can be done here for free.  Currently the institute offers various paid courses on academic, admission and skill development.


In 2015, Ayman Sadiq founded 10 Minute School.  At that time he was an IBA student of Dhaka University . He was impressed by similar online learning websites Khan Academy , TED and Coursera and thought he would start a similar program; Where the courses will be taken in Bengali to help Bangladeshi students.  Founder Ayman Sadiq launched 10 Minute School in 2014 through a YouTube channel.  Initially, 10 Minute School did not have a large self-sponsored website and only reached students through educational information graphics. The websitebegan producing math and English video tutorials and eventually took live classes on Facebook.  10 Minute School covers the entire academic syllabus from Class I to XII, government and private university exams and comprehensive software and skill training topics and covers university admissions.

One of the major challenges of the organization since then has been finding suitable sponsors to fund the operations. Later, it was supported by telecom operator Robi Aziata Limited and the Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications and Information Technology (Bangladesh) . Munzereen Shahid is alwo working in this platform.


Towards the end of Ramadan 2020, 10 Minute School founder and CEO Ayman Sadiq and co-founders Shamir Montajid and Saqib bin Rashid campaigned on supporting homosexuality , sexual consent, menstruation , Valentine’s Day celebrations, etc., created a lot of controversy on social media. by doing  The founder of the school and his colleagues received death threats. The controversy ended when both posted an apology on Facebook later.


10 Minutes Activities that the school conducts:

  • Taking academic classes on math, science, history, English and literature
  • Reporting on who learned what, and how to learn next
  • Takes live broadcast classes, thereby connecting directly with students.
  • Given various quizzes and model tests to practice
  • Writing blogs containing various educational information.
  • As of June 2020, 10 Minutes School has 17,440+ educational videos , 914+ smartbooks , 49,530+ quizzes , and 1,234+ blogs, according to 10 Minutes School’s own website .


Awards won by 10 Minute School are:

  • BRAC Manthan Digital Innovation Award
  • Swiss Embassy Award for Social Impact
  • MWC Award
  • Glomo Award at World Mobile Congress
  • Asia Pacific ICT Awards