Mumbai: Edtech company Virohan on Monday said it has raised a $3 million (around Rs 22 crore) in Series A funding led by Rebright Partners.
Virohan will use the funds to expand to over 160 new campuses pan India. It aims to strengthen the Indian healthcare system by creating trained allied healthcare workforce.
The Series A and seed rounds were raised from Rebright Partners, elea Foundation for Ethics in Globalization, the Singh Family Trusts, advised by Artha Impact, Yunus Social Business, Better Capital and Keiretsu Forum.
“We plan to educate over 1 million students by 2025,” Virohan CEO and co-founder Kunaal Dudeja said.
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