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Scaler acquires Delhi-based edtech platform Pepcoding

Tech upskilling startup Scaler (by Interviewbit) has acquired a Delhi-based edtech platform, Pepcoding, for an undisclosed amount. 

The acquisition is aimed at further ramping up growth and support across various business units, including strategy, product design, B2B enterprise, operations and instructor org, Scaler said in a press release. 

This is also the fourth acquisition for Scaler — AppliedRootsCoding Minutes, and Coding Elements were the other edtech brands acquired over the last two years.

Pepcoding’s co-founder Sumeet Malik has joined as an instructor and content creator to help improve the learner experience, especially in the Low-Level Design (LLD) curriculum. Other Pepcoding employees have joined Scaler as full-time employees working across diverse teams. 

Scaler focuses on upskilling college students and tech professionals. The company offers an intensive six-month computer science course through live classes delivered by tech leaders and subject matter experts. 

Pepcoding specialises in data structure and algorithms (DSA), web development, data science, CORE, CBSE, GATE and business analytics. Pepcoding provided a platform for undergraduate students with both offline and online courses that enabled them to improve their coding skills, learn with like-minded people and secure employment opportunities across leading companies. The team has worked with over 5,000 learners since its launch in 2017. 

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