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EdTech startup Bodhi AI acquires SkoolStream

Bodhi AI & Skoolstream
Bodhi AI & Skoolstream

UIncept accelerated Edtech startup Bodhi AI has acquired SkoolStream for an undisclosed amount.

The acquisition is an initiative to offer content, strengthen technical infrastructure and empower teachers and students with a personalized learning experience.

Jaipur-based Bodhi AI was founded in 2017 by Gourav Sanghai, Piyush Agarwal, Prashant Pandey, Bodhi AI is a platform that helps teachers to bring their classes online and grow their student base with their own brand.

It has enlisted over a million teachers and is looking to enter the Middle East.

“The team at SkoolStream already have expertise in the education sector and our collaboration with them will help us become a marketplace for teachers who face issues with delivering standardized content to their students.” Said, Prashant Pandey, Founder, and CEO – Bodhi AI.

“SkoolStream acquisition will add an extra wing to what we are doing. And they as a team will contribute towards our vision of helping every student get a personal teacher”,said, Piyush Agarwal, co-founder, and COO at Bodhi AI.

Kota-based SkoolStream was founded in 2020 by IIT Graduates Parveen Garg, Sahil Jindal, and Umesh Kumar, it is an AI-based learning management system that enables coaching institutes and teachers to go online within minutes.

“This is indeed a moment to cherish because we as a team are equally excited to be a part of Bodhi AI family and looking forward to building innovative products together for the education stakeholders”, said, Parveen Garg, founder of SkoolStream.

So far, Bodhi AI has already created over 30k white-label apps for teachers, which is the highest number of white-label apps created by any ed-tech start-up. Global Ed-Tech Start-up Awards 2022 winner Bodhi AI is hoping to onboard 1 million teachers by the end of this year and provides over 10 million one-to-one video calls between teachers and students.

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