Edupreneur, Teacher, and Passionate Revisionist – Vamsi Krishna is bringing about a pedagogical revolution with Vedantu.
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.
Earlier this week Vedantu, the new generation ed-tech startup focused on providing a medium between teachers and students for live tuition raised $100 M in Series D funding led by Coatue.
With more financial resources, Vedantu will redefine the learning experience for students Bangalore Based Vedantu, a live online tutoring firm, raised a funding of $5 million from Beijing based education and technology enterprise, TAL Education Group on 3rd April. TAL has…