Google-backed Adda247 has acquired Veeksha for an undisclosed amount. With this acquisition, Adda247 will provide interactive learning modules to their students to enable in depth understanding of concepts through better visualisations.
This acquisition will also lead to Veeksha being merged into Adda247 and have complete vision synergies. Together with Veeksha, Adda247 will strengthen its position to cater to K12 and JEE/NEET aspirants in providing latest 3D/AR/VR experiential learning tools.
Co-founded in 2021 by Gaurishankar Singh, Hariprasad Bommidi and Miral Songhela, Veeksha creates immersive 3D Mathematics and Science content for new age learners who prefer learning on digital devices. Their immersive and experiential learning modules are cross-platform and can be used by teachers as well as students.
On the other side, Adda247 caters to more than 50 million users on its various platforms every month by providing online courses for more than 500 exams including government job exam, UPSC, IIT JEE, NEET, CUET, et al. The platform offers comprehensive solutions for all learning needs, including – online live classes, on-demand video courses, mock tests, e-books, etc.
In 2021, Adda247 had acquired UPSC focused ed-tech platform StudyIQ Education. The Anil Nagar-led company raised $35 million in October 2022 from investors like Google, WestBridge Capital, Infoedge and Asha Impact. Entrackr was first to report the development.