Indian edtech startup Newton School raises $5 million Series A round to train software developers
2021-02-25 16:02:39

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Newton School, a Bengaluru, India-based edtech startup, has raised around $5 million in its Series A funding round led by RTP Global. Existing investors, including Nexus Venture Partners, Prophetic Ventures and Unacademy co-founders Gaurav Munjal, Roman Saini and Hemesh Singh also participated.

The latest funding will be used to expand the team and to develop products utilising AI to streamline and personalise the learning journey of each student.

Founded in 2019, Newton School provides training to people who aspire to be skilled software developers and get into a tech career in top companies and startups.

Newton School offers six-month-long cohort-based course, including 1000+ hours of coding, 50+ hours of soft skills training, live projects, and mentorship. It has a fee model where students are not required to pay fees upfront and only start paying once they land a job.

According to the company, its students are hired by more than 100 companies ranging from top startups like Zomato, Unacademy, Nykaa, Affle to large MNCs like Publicis Sapient, Thoughtworks, Motorola, Nutanix.

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