uFaber Edutech, a Mumbai-based bootstrapped start-up, is working as an online education training plans to hire 1,00,000 women trainers in the next 5 years.
The company plans to hire around 1000 women within the next 6 months. Each hired trainers can work from home and earn a sum between Rs 15,000 and Rs 60,000 per month.
uFaber Edutech Pvt Ltd was founded in 2015 by IIT-Mumbai alumni Rohit Jain and Anirudh Swarnkar.
The company specializes in providing hyper-personalized learning solutions and works as a Non-Govt company.
Ufaber Edutech Pvt Ltd was incorporated on 19 September 2013 and has onboarded more than 1 million learners. The company plans to onboard 10 million learners within two years.
uFaber Edutech Pvt Ltd, an online education training company, will hire 1,000 women trainers in the next 6 months. The trainers can earn Rs. 15,000 to Rs. 60,000/per month in the Work from Home model.
uFaber Edutech is a Non-govt company, incorporated on 19 September 2013, and offers hyper-personalized learning solutions. It has onboarded 1 million learners so far and aims to increase that count to 10 million over the next two years.
Rohit Jain, the Co-Founder and CEO of uFaber Edutech, said that their focus on hyper-personalized learning with trainers at the centre is paying off.
He added that parents are now seeking learning options beyond the curriculum for their children due to the pandemic and the surge in online/virtual learning. They find the value of an expert trainer personally coaching their child quite appealing.
Ufaber Edutech also stands as one of the first companies to recognize and acknowledge the potential of qualified women professionals working from home with its eMaster program. The eMaster program currently has 2,800 women trainers.
The platform takes advantage of interactive videos made accessible via the web or an application to make the learning process more enjoyable. Ufaber Edutech now has 3000 plus hours of content, and the student user base exceeds 60,000.
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