Exampur Exampur, a test preparation website for government positions was bought by the ed-tech company upGrad for an undetermined amount. The company is run by Ronnie Screwvala, who just bought $38 million from Harappa Education.
Vivek Kumar as well as Vardan Gandhi founded Exampur in the year 2018 and the company is aiming to earn the equivalent of 70 crore rupees in revenue in the current fiscal year. Exampur’s acquisition Exampur according to upGrad, will enhance the value of Exampur by offering aspirants online test series, free tests and scholarships that are live to evaluate their professional abilities and accelerate up your learning.
Candidates can access Exampur’s study materials repositories and its e-book portfolio anytime according to their preferences. The Noida-based company claims to have a customer database of over 10 million users and to provide more than 200 test preparation classes for government. jobs. The majority of its content is made available via its YouTube channels which focuses in UPSC, SSC, defence banking, teaching and other government jobs at the state level. preparations.
Gaurav Kumar, the upGrad’s director of corporate development said “Test prep is an very high possibility of developing driver within the framework we’ve developed to help our learners integrate their learning portfolios. I’m aware that this has a significant cost to acquire customers (CAC) however it also delivers better results.”
In August the previous the year upGrad with $1.2 billion valuation, was admitted to into the unicorn group. It was reported to have raised $225 million in a new round in June, with the $2.25 billion value. The Mumbai-based company boasts more than 300 universities as partners, and an active learner base of more than 3 million across over 100 nations.
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