Edtech startup Winuall raises INR 15 Cr from multiple investors

Edtech startup Winuall acquires INR 14.7 Cr
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Edtech startup Winuall raises INR 15 Cr (approx.) from funding led by Prime Venture Partners, Ramakant Sharma, Founder, LivSpace, BEENEXT and others. The startup is planning to use the raised funds to hire across technology, product, Artificial Intelligence, and business development verticals and to enhance product capabilities.

The edtech startup aims to create technology based infrastructure for small and medium institutes and digitize their services for their customers.

Winuall enhances the learning experience by using Artificial intelligence to understand student’s learning patterns and accordingly suggests the best tips to tutors to enhance the quality of teaching. The platform also provides in depth analysis to tutors and suggests how to engage with students in a better way.

Ashwini Purohit, Co-founder and CEO of Winuall said in a statement that Winuall’s aim is to bring tutors online and to enhance the quality of learning for learners. The startup wants to empower both coaching institutes and tutors to remain independent by creating and retaining their own brand name through its platform.

Winuall, which was founded by Ashwini Purohit and Saurabh Vyas in 2019, has brought 3700+ coaching centres across India. Over five thousand tutors have been using the platform for teaching online, conducting quizzes, solving doubts, and selling their courses. Winuall has seen a significant growth in live class hours and more than 50 million minutes of learning has been delivered on its platform since lockdown.

The edtech startup has plans of adding over 20,000 coaching institutes on its platform and serving more than 3 million students across the nation by the end of this year.

Shripati Acharya, Managing Partner of Prime Venture Partners said “The tutoring market is at a notable inflection point, and there are many tutors who want to develop an independent identity and manage their own student interactions”.