The LJ Knowledge Foundation, which supports startups, granted funding of Rs 20 lakh to Techmaghi, an education technology company.
The goal of the Kerala-based organisation, which is to close the skills gap between industry and academia by offering upskilling programmes that satisfy the needs of the contemporary workforce, will be furthered by this.
“This funding will allow us to make a more significant impact on cutting-edge education and skill development,” said Techmaghi Founder CEO Deepak Rajan.
The Ahmedabad-based LJKF association, according to Techmaghi, which was created in 2021, would spur the company’s growth and enable it to reach additional professionals and learners.
The company’s main focus is on providing people with the essential information and abilities to succeed in a competitive employment market in the key engineering professions.
Techmaghi is an Ed-Tech firm that specialises in leveraging technology and knowledge to help people improve their abilities by fusing the power of online and offline learning. Since their founding, they have trained over 75,000 students and have partnered with numerous prestigious universities in the nation, such as numerous IITS and NITS.