The Me to We Philosophy:

I’ve always been fascinated with the idea of having a small team from a small room creating a large-scale impact by educating millions of students!

That’s precisely what I want to do with the help of my team at Don’t Memorise. I want to teach millions of students (probably billions someday) using affordable education. And I realised early on that one of the ways of doing that is by collaborating with educational organisations or teachers or individuals that teach a bunch of students.

If you are here, you probably have a similar dream of enhancing the education eco-system! So, if you want to us to help you enhance your product and your outreach, I look forward to hearing from you. 


Ganesh Pai

Founder, Don’t Memorise

Yes, all Don’t Memorise videos are copyrighted. Don’t Memorise videos, on their YouTube channel ( are made available under YouTube’s standard policy.

If you wish to share or license Don’t Memorise videos, please fill out our contact entry request form or you could write to

So far we have created high-quality learning content for math and science(middle school and high school), test prep quant(GMAT, GRE, SAT, ACT), and Vedic math. We will continue adding videos to our repository and we encourage you to get in touch with us if you want to know more.
No, we upload close to 20% of our content on YouTube. The rest of the content is available at or will soon be available on If you wish to view specific Don’t Memorise videos, please fill out our contact entry request form or you could write to
So far, we’ve not charged students that have viewed video content on our website. However, we wish to add a lot of additional value in our courses which could lead to a reasonable charge on certain courses. Access to all videos will still be free for underprivileged students.
As long as there aren’t any fees associated with how you’re sharing our work, you may freely link to our work on or, and you may share our videos using standard YouTube embedding. Anyone can do this and no special permission is required. Note that Don’t Memorise does not allow for videos to be downloaded, edited, or redistributed without permission. Please write to us at if you have any of the above requests.
We add transcriptions for many of our videos through YouTube. To view them, you will need to visit the YouTube page for the video. Once you are on the YouTube page for the video, click the “… More” link under the video to access the transcript text. The transcript will open in a panel on the right-hand side of the video player. Many videos will have a human-transcribed version, though some will only have an auto-generated version. Some will even have transcripts in different languages. You can toggle these options by opening the menu at the bottom of the transcript.
We believe that it is extremely important for both of us to know the best way in which we can work together. The commercials would depend on a lot of factors at your end, and we would hence request you to get in touch with us through the Contact Entry Request form or by writing to After we receive your request, for us to understand the long-term collaboration possibilities, we will also share a questionnaire with you.
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