Forever dreaming, obsessed and paranoid, Gaurav Munjal didn’t just want to be a successful entrepreneur, he wants to build the greatest EdTech company the world has ever seen.
Teachers being the unsung hero during a pandemic, education space became more prominent during this time and became the catalyst of change. Last year, 4,440 ed-tech platforms raised funding of more than $1.1 billion, which is four times more than what was raised in four years previously.
India has emerged as the third-largest venue for unicorn Startups despite the pandemic. The feat can be attributed to a number of factors, let’s take a closer look
Since Amazon first unveiled its plans a year ago to foray into the Indian EdTech sector, indigenous startups Byju’s, Unacademy, and Vedantu have been strengthening and diversifying themselves.
With a fluid acquisition policy that focuses on diversifying expertise, a successful Youtube channel with over 150 million views, and an identified market of growth in Tier 1 and 2 cities, Unacademy is arguably the rising star of Edu-tech in India.
The new categories will help Unacademy expand its reach in the competitive exams space and make learning more accessible to students across the country. Unacademy launches three new categories- LAW, CA and NEET PG under Plus Subscription.