Simplilearn, an ED-tech Startup promises job interview after course completion.
A call for an interview is awaited!!
Bangalore-based, US Startup Simplilearn Solutions offers paid online courses for IT professionals.Founded in 2009 by Krishna Kumar, who is an engineer by profession. Simplilearn now plans to expand its tie-ups with corporates. Simultaneously, it is working towards offering guaranteed interviews after the completion of courses. The startup is focused on upskilling offers courses across categories like digital marketing, big data, data sciences, cloud, IT security, mobile, project and process management.
Simplilearn is making its students ready for the job after the completion of courses. Moreover, Simplilearn serves over 150 countries. Initially, it was a project management blog, Simplilearn.com. Here free video lessons and practice tests were being posted. This idea has now emerged as a firm employing over 500 people and training more than 400,000 professionals globally.
Furthermore, Simplearn has different pricing strategy for different regions. It is reported that the course fee ranges from Rs.5, 000-30,000 in India and $250-$1000 in the U.S. This startup has a paid online education model, which varies from various online education portals. With this, Simplilearn updates its courses as per emerging trends that is difficult in cases of free education models. Simplearn’ s completion rates are at 70%. This is because it measures completion rates on the basis of those who take the test and get the certification.
In 2015, Simplilearn raised $15 million in Series C funding. And with its recent announcement, the firm seems to climb one more step up the ladder of success.
- US Startup, Simplilearn Solutions offers paid online courses for IT professionals.
- Simplilearn now plans to expand its tie-ups with corporates. Simultaneously, it is working towards offering guaranteed interviews after the completion of courses.
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