Healthcare Adtech startup Virohan has expanded its footprint by launching 10 new centers; By 2022, 160 centers are planned to be expanded to Pan-India
Virohan, an edtech company of healthcare, provides training for paramedical professionals aka Allied Health Care Practitioners and has announced the launch of 10 centers across the states of Karnataka, Mumbai and Gujarat. The campus launch supports the startup’s Pan-India expansion plan and integrates the country’s healthcare workforce by providing industry-related education to aspiring AHPs and preparing them for unprecedented challenges.
The startup has set up 4 centers in Electronic City in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu and in Penia, Bangalore and in Trichy and Telicheri in partnership with Netur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF). Three centers have been set up in Gujarat and Mumbai; The Gujarat centers at Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodara have been launched in partnership with the International Institute of Import and Export Management (IIIEM) and the Mumbai centers at Thane, Virar and Dahisar in partnership with Rustamji Academy for Global Careers.
Commenting on the Centre’s launch and expansion plans, Kunal Dudeja, CEO and co-founder, said: Workforce With these 10 launch centers, we plan to further expand our partnership and launch centers PAN-India. We are actively providing internship and placement opportunities to all our students, with an all-time high of 91 percent. ”