The company had in August last year raised $2.8 million in seed and Series A rounds. The latest funding will be used by the company to expand into more campuses, and augment its proprietary blended learning technology platform, with virtual reality-based practical training.
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“This funding is not just going to help us expand operations but will also fuel the vision and morale of those at Virohan to strive even harder towards our goal and successfully create an army of skilled paramedical workforce for the Indian healthcare system to fight against the ongoing pandemic,” Dudeja, who is also the chief executive of the edtech startup, said.
Commenting on the investment, Brij Bhasin, general partner at Rebright Partners, said: “Rebright Partners is excited to partner with Virohan to address the critical gaps in trained Healthcare Paraprofessionals in India. Virohan’s full-stack offering brings in key stakeholders and partners in the ecosystem together on a common platform to solve the challenges faced by students, trainers, hospitals and healthcare innovators.”