Great Learning, a Gurgaon-based edtech startup founded in 2013 is targeting to get revenues of ₹100crore in the current fiscal. Over 5,000 students have been a part of the startup’s paid programmes over the last five years.
The founder CEO of the startup is Mohan Lakhamraju, an alumnus of IIT-Bombay and Stanford. The startup employs about 160 people.
The star up offers courses in business analytics, machine learning, artificial intelligence, data science, and cloud computing. It will soon offer training in cybersecurity, Internet of Things (IoT) and blockchain.
It has also launched a three-month deep learning programme in collaboration with professors from IIT Mumbai, which uses neural networks to solve problems that involve non-quantitative data like text, video, image, voice, etc, is proving better at solving problems than traditional machine learning.It charges between ₹3-4lakh for the one-year course, and ₹1.5lakh for the six-month course. The startup also offers a free learning resource, which has had 4.2 million visitors till now.
According to report by KPMG and Google edtech market in India will touch $1.96 billion by 2021 with close to 9.6 million users.