Virohan has collected an additional 1 3Mn from existing investors prior to the B series

Healthcare AdTech startup Virohan had previously raised $ 3MN in funding from Ribrite Partners, Elia Foundation for Ethics in Globalization, Artha Impact, Yunus Social Business, Better Capital and Keiratsu Forum.

The first of its kind, Healthcare Adtech startup Virohan, received an additional $ 1.3 million in funding from its existing investors – Keiratsu Forum, Priya Shah (general partner of Thea Ventures), Better Capital, Bikash Gambhir (partner – Grant Thornton) and Jayad. (Partner – Bain & Co), before raising Series B.

Providing industry-led training for Allied Healthcare Professionals (AHPs), Virohan plans to use these funds to expand to a new geographic PAN in India. The startup plans to use the new funding to develop new training programs, local language content and their technological advancements. The company aims to measure the infrastructure of its current all-channel training platform and develop new features to facilitate further learning outcomes for students and to facilitate growth on its extended footprint with this bridge round. The additional funding brings Birohan’s total funding to 4.3 million, including a Series A round announced in May 2021 that saw the participation of Rebrite Partners. The company is also in talks to raise B 7- $ 10 million in Series B later this year.

The revolt began with an idea to fix the failure of the traditional higher education system which is not in line with the needs of the industry. These edtech startups are driving demand-driven higher education systems and standardizing training outcomes. India needs about 40 million AHPs by the end of this decade, and to date, only 10 million are employed, of which only 7-8% are trained and certified. To fill this wonderful gap in AHP, Nalin Saluja, Kunal Dudeja and Archit Joycewal teamed up to set up Virohan in 2018.

Virohan, which currently operates hybrid classrooms on campus across India, including Delhi, Faridabad, Pune, Raipur, Meerut and Nagpur, has several distinctive features, most notably its technologically advanced method and talent for fixing socio-economic problems. Industry needs and skilled manpower is in perfect balance. Start-ups have a technology-driven training platform that is capable of training staff both online and on their partner campuses. Its end-to-end proprietary ‘Technology Skills Stack’ enables job prediction, integrates training providers, and standardizes processes across the journey from student integration to training content to placement.

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