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Healthcare Edtech startup Virohan raises $1.3 Mn bridge round

Healthcare edtech startup Virohan has raised additional $1.3 million in a bridge round from its existing backers such as Keiretsu Forum, Priya Shah, Better Capital, Vikas Gambhir and Joydeep Battacharya.

According to Virohan, the funds will be used to expand to new geographies PAN India, to develop newer training programs, content in vernacular languages and to develop their technological forefront.

Since its launch, the additional funds bring Virohan’s total funding to $4.3 million including a series A round announced in May 2021 that saw participation from Rebright Partners. The company is also in talks to raise $7-$10 million in Series B later this year.

Founded in 2018 by Archit Jayasal, Kunaal Dudeja, Nalin Saluja and Parul Dudeja, Virohan offers healthcare vocational training to students to build a career in the healthcare industry.

Virohan, which currently operates hybrid classrooms at campuses and online training across India in cities including Delhi, Faridabad, Pune, Raipur, Meerut and Nagpur.

Its end-to-end proprietary ‘technology skill stack’ claims that it enables job prediction, aggregate training providers and standardizes processes across the student journey from mobilization to training content to placements.

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