Online Education Startup, Gyaanzone Raises Rs 3 Million From GBIM

Gyaanzone facilitates students with flexible learning opportunities through access to Indian schools, colleges, universities, exams, courses and other distance learning programs. The fund will be used for enhanced educational functionalities with more extensive programs, better personalized services.

Company Name : Gyaanzone
Funding Amount : Rs 3 million
Investor(s) GBIM Technologies . .
Funding Round : Not Disclosed


GBIM Technologies has invested in Gyaanzone, an online education portal.

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Gyaanzone facilitates students with flexible learning opportunities through access to Indian schools, colleges, universities, exams, courses and other distance learning programs.

According to Sultan Ansari Founder and Director said, “Gyaanzone.com is not just any job portal or educational website. From selecting the most appropriate college to job procurement, making faculty decisions or helping people to pick and choose from best potential options we provide a full-fledged service.”

The GBIM’s investment took place in December and have invested a net amount of Rs 3 million worth service for the first year of their partnership.

The fund will be used to continue its services of providing updated and enhanced educational functionalities with more extensive program and course information, better personalized services and other expanded student services.

 

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