Healthcare edtech company Virohan raises $7 million led by Blume Ventures


Healthcare edtech startup Virohan has raised $7 million in a pre-Series B1 round led by Blume Ventures. Bharat Inclusion Seed Fund, Rebright Partners, and Lesing Artha Ltd also participated in the sound along with some individuals including Harshvardhan Rajgarhia, Shantanu Jain, and Deepa Bagla.

The company will use the fresh funds to develop and launch new training programs, scale infrastructure, and offer content in vernacular languages. The company plans to expand to more than 200 new campuses across India and aims to train over 7,000 students.

Virohan is also looking to expand to Japanese markets with the support from its existing investors ALES and Rebright Partners.

“The severe shortage in healthcare workers came to the fore during the pandemic but continues to remain a persistent problem for several decades now. Virohan’s offering, sitting at the intersection of healthcare and education, is working well to solve this problem,” Ashwin Raguraman, co-founder and partner, Bharat Fund said.

Virohan was founded by Kunaal Dudeja, Nalin Saluja, and Archit Jayaswal back in 2018. The company has raised a total of $11 million to date.

The platform trains students in Allied Healthcare Programs. The company works with over 1000 partners including Fortis Escorts, 1MG, Dr. Lal Path Labs, Sarvodaya Healthcare, Healthians, etc. Virohan claims to have over 96% completion rate and over 98% placement rates.

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