The startup has launched 4 centres in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu in Electronic city and Peenya in Bangalore, and Trichy and Tellicherry in partnership with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF).
Virohan, an edtech company in healthcare, providing training for paramedical professionals a.k.a Allied Healthcare Practitioners announced launching 10 centres across the states of Karnataka, Mumbai and Gujarat in the country. The campus launch supports the startup’s PAN-India expansion plans and aggregates the healthcare workforce in the country by providing aspiring AHPs with industry relevant education and preparing them for the unprecedented challenges.
The startup has launched 4 centres in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu in Electronic city and Peenya in Bangalore, and Trichy and Tellicherry in partnership with Nettur Technical Training Foundation (NTTF). Three centres are launched in Gujarat and Mumbai each; Gujarat centres in Ahmedabad, Surat and Vadodara are launched in partnership with International Institute of Import and Export Management (IIIEM) and Mumbai centres in Thane, Virar and Dahisar in partnership with Rustomjee Academy for Global Careers.
Commenting on the centre launch & expansion plans, Kunal Dudeja , CEO & Co-Founder says, “We aim to prepare the country for the fight against the pandemic in the future and to be ready for any unexpected crisis situation without facing the shortage of Healthcare workforce. With these 10 centre launches, we further also plan to expand our partnerships and launch centres PAN-India. We are actively providing internship and placement opportunities to all our students with an all time high of 91%.”
Virohan at all its centres is offering NSDC certified diploma courses for students to become AHPs such as Medical Lab Technicians and OT Technicians. The training is provided at Virohan through videos, gamification and real time tests, leading to increased student engagement and retention. Virohan’s pass percentage is currently over 90% and drop out rates are less than 6% vis a vis an industry average of 35%-40%.
With centres across Delhi, Haryana, Chattisgarh and Maharashtra and now Karnataka, Gujarat and Mumbai, Virohan has plans to expand to 160 centres across PAN- India by 2022. The company has been recognized for its work by the Google Accelerator and Amazon Accelerator and recently been awarded the India Achievers Forum Award 2020 among others. With a mission to give India a more skilled healthcare workforce, Virohan is focussing on educating as many students, practitioners and young professionals in every possible way. Not only this, Virohan is also setting an example in the Healthcare Education Industry being the only player to offer ‘Industry Demand Driven Online Training’.
Source: Business World