Ahmedabad-Based Edtech Startup LearnVern Raises $1M From Undisclosed Investors
LearnVern, an Ahmedabad-based edtech platform, has raised funding of over $1 million from undisclosed international investors.
As per the edtech startup, it will use the fresh capital to upgrade technology with stronger web and mobile platforms, while creating courses in different languages to engage more students.
Launched by husband-wife duo Niral Modi and Aditi Modi in January 2020, LearnVern.com is an online training portal offering job-oriented courses. Using the platform, anyone can learn any course in vernacular languages.
Speaking on the development, Niral, Co-Founder and CEO, Learnvern,
“At LearnVern, we are excited about the funding– it comes at a time when we are looking to scale and reach out to over four crore students studying in colleges across India. India’s newly launched National Education Policy 2020 talks about vocational education and vernacular as the two most important transformational changes, which we had envisioned as the requirement of India’s students and launched our solutions to meet that need.”
LearnVern claims to have more than 5.5 lakh students registered on its platforms, learning about 37 different courses spanning across software development, IT, digital marketing, graphic design, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, etc., taught in languages like Hindi and Bangla.
The Ahmedabad-based edtech startup also has a tie-up with AICTE and NSDC SkillIndia Training Partner, enabling its students with courses that create employability for them.
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