KUWAIT CITY, Kuwait, November 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- And generates income for Arab tutors anywhere in the world, including those who are displacedFollowing a year of development across three countries and period of beta testing in the Middle East, education tech startup company Dars today launched the first on-demand and real-time private tutoring app for the Arab world. Darisni works by connecting students to pre-screened and proficient tutors instantly, similar to how Uber connects passengers to drivers. The session takes place within the app in real-time. (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161118/441180 ) (Photo: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20161118/441181 ) The app, aptly named Darisni, meaning "teach me" in Arabic, provides students instant access to pre-screened and proficient tutors. With its reliable tutoring service, Darisni solves a host of issues related to hiring and dependability of tutors in the Middle East. For parents, Darisni saves them both time and money with tutors being instantly available on the app, where the learning exchange also takes place. Parents no longer have to search for qualified tutors in their neighborhood, pay exorbitant hourly rates, or spend time commuting to tutoring centers. For students, Darisni enables them to be more independent and helps them excel in their studies. A session can be as short as a single minute or as long as a few hours, enabling the student to seek a tutor's help for only the time they require. For tutors, Darisni empowers qualified education professionals to generate extra income while knowing that real learning is taking place. They no longer have to deal with commuting and can work from anywhere. Darisni currently offers tutor support for Math and Arabic language curricula, and will be available for free to all users for the next three months. Future updates will include all standard subjects found in school systems across the Arab world.