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Bengaluru, KAR India
Total Funding:N/A
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Estimated Revenue & Financials

  • Vedantu's estimated annual revenue is currently $719.4M per year.(?)
  • Vedantu's estimated revenue per employee is $165,000

Employee Data

  • Vedantu has 4360 Employees.(?)
  • Vedantu grew their employee count by 126% last year.
  • Vedantu currently has 8 job openings.

Vedantu is a live online tutoring platform that enables personalized learning. Vedantu uses technology to bring together teachers and students on a single platform to enable live learning between them. On Vedantu student can select from a huge pool of quality teachers. Vedantu has technology tools which enables teachers to provide LIVE teaching to students in an interactive manner using whiteboard, audio and video technology. The company is very focused on technology and has created in-house product which is very optimized for low bandwidth conditions. It is a venture by four IITian friends - Vamsi Krishna, Saurabh Saxena, Pulkit Jain and Anand Prakash. These four friends turned entrepreneurs have an extremely deep domain expertise in education. They did their first venture in education, Lakshya, in 2006 which later got acquired by a listed company called MT Educare (Mahesh Tutorials) in 2012. As part of Lakshya the founders taught and mentored more than 10,000 students and trained more than 200 teachers between them. The name Vedantu is formed by two Sanskrit words Veda (Knowledge) + Tantu (Network), signifying a 'Knowledge Network' where any student can tap into a teacher of his choice directly and the learning can happen, anytime-anywhere. The company's sole mission is to create a world of learning which is Personalized & Democratized. Personalized in terms of better experience than group classes and democratized in terms of choice which online platform provides like choice of teacher, choice of time, schedule and most importantly level of study.

keywords:Mobile, Education, Technology, K-12 Education