[Funding alert] Edtech startup Questt raises $6.75M from Celesta Capital, others

[Funding alert] Edtech startup Questt raises .75M from Celesta Capital, others

Gurugram-based edtech startup Questt has raised $6.75 million in Collection A spherical led by Celesta Capital and Premji Make investments. The spherical additionally noticed participation from present traders together with AET Fund, Titan Capital, First Cheque and MarsShot Ventures, with Chiratae Ventures growing its share holding. This spherical comes solely seven months after the edtech startup scooped up $1.35 million in seed spherical, in accordance with a launch shared by the corporate. “As our nation recovers from the results of the pandemic, some modifications are crucial. Leveraging AI, we intention to drive actual worth and empower college students and academics. No matter the place youngsters are, they will need to have a significant and efficient studying expertise,” Akhil Singh, Co-founder, Questt, stated in a launch. “Going ahead, Questt will allow predictive and adaptive studying to assist college students pre-empt the issues they could face sooner or later,” Akhil added. Based in December 2020 by Akhil, a serial entrepreneur, his co-founder at earlier startup Mohsin M, and Rohit Pande, Questt is a homework and evaluation app, which understands college students studying patterns and gamifies homework for them. With two lakh college students and 10,000 academics on the platform, Questt is seeking to increase its userbase and tech capabilities with the brand new fund increase. The startup can also be seeking to rent extra consultants, Akhil informed YourStory in an interplay. “We work in a method with college students that they perceive their errors and over time our app is ready to perceive their patterns,” he added. Questt claims that over time, the app replaces the necessity for costly course work and permits college students to spend time upskilling. The edtech sector boomed throughout the pandemic. With faculties closing down and folks turning to on-line channels for schooling turned the fortunes for BYJU’S, its competitor Vedantu, and Unacademy. Whereas BYJU’S turned the most important edtech startup in India, Unacademy and Vendantu raised huge rounds getting into the coveted Unicorn membership.

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