Classplus is founded by Mukul Rustagi and Bhaswat Aggarwal. Classplus is a helping hand to those institutes that want to work with their full potential. It helps to record student data like attendance, fees records, online tests, student reports and many more to mention. 

Mukul Rustagi mentioned “The app has been created as a zero-typing product, keeping in mind its usability for middle-aged tutors. By a zero-typing product, we mean that a tutor requires minimal typing effort to use the product.”

They have members of more than 900 in the team now. They have created a high amount of funding from Rising Stars, Manish Amin, Pallav Pandey (co-founder Knowlarity, Broex), Chavi Jafa (Head-Business Solutions, S. Asia, Visa)  . The funding raised is $158M and The Revenue stood at $95.2M.

Vedantu was founded by Vamsi Krishna, Saurabh Saxena, Pulkit Jain and Anand Prakash. The Bengaluru based company has managed online learning in the way it was required. The company has increased the interactive sessions between the teacher and students. The teachers can easily check the attention of the students. There are game quizzes that make the child ever more attentive.

Vedantu has over 500 educators today and has raised $309 million and The Revenue is $14.8M The investors with Vedantu are Accel Partners, Tiger Global Management, and Coatue. 

Imarticus Learning

EdTech company that creates leading Analytics, Data Science, Finance and Marketing programs.

Nikhil Barshikar and Sonya Hooja in 2012 founded Imarticus Learning. They have educated over 35,000 individuals with courses like investment banking, interpersonal skills, machine learning and AI among many more. “The main challenge for a woman in a leadership position is two-fold. One, in many times, strategic business relationships are built outside the office environment via networking and other industry events,” said Sonya Hooja.

The main investors are CBA Capital, Anil Gudibande, Tashwinder Singh, Taranjit Jaswal. Funding raised is $6.53M and revenue is $8.41M

College Dekho

College Dekho is a Haryana based edtech startup that was founded in 2015. It was founded to make students prepare for their competitive exams like JEE, NEET. It is not only an education app but also contains knowledge about affiliated colleges and known universities. College Dekho is now a medium by which students can make correct choices about which college they want to take admission in. The company has a team of 501 to 1000 employees. The company has gained an investment of
$47Mmillion and the revenue is $6.39M

Embibe is an AI-based startup that is utilized by students to improve their test skills in order to pass competitive exams. The students identify the subjects they are not so good in and then train themselves with the help of the app. The startup was founded by Aditi Avasthi.

“Embibe has been created to personalize the crucial mentoring and academic guidance needed by young people in India – a country where one number can define your access to college. It is very important for every student to feel that he/she got an equal shot at the exam,” company has gained an investment of
$12.7Million and the revenue is $1.77M

The lead investors are Kalaari Capital and Lightbox.

Leverage edu

Leverage Edu has a tagline stating your dream University is not a dream anymore. The startup was founded in 2017 and now is a part of a major student based profile. The startup helps students to prepare for exams like GMAT, GRE, IELTS, TOEFL, PTE, ACT/SAT. Not only this the app provides you with a pathway to choose one of your favourite universities as the company covers more than 200 universities globally including the University of Essex, University of York and Aston University.


Subbarao Siddabattula is the founder and CEO of Practically. Practically is the Hyderabad based application. The students get live classes and 3-D videos. It has won the prize of EdTech Startup of the Year recently. It has also won Most Innovative STEM Solution by Elets Digital Learning magazine at the World Education Summit 2021.
YourNest Venture Capital and Exfinity Venture Partners are the investors of Practically. They have raised Practically by $9 million.