Edtech 'Rise' Expands To Bengaluru & Hyderabad
The ed-tech platform has currently partnered with three educational institutions, including MIT World Peace University, K M Munshi Institute of Advanced Studies and Shree LR Tiwari Degree College to augment their hybrid education
The ed-tech platform, RISE has announced the expansion of their footprint to Bengaluru and Hyderabad. The expansion to India’s key technology led cities is a critical milestone in RISE’s expansion plans across India to encourage more students and working professionals while increasing tie-ups with local universities. The startup also plans to expand to Mumbai in the next quarter.
RISE is on an expansion spree and envisions to enroll 9000 students by the end of FY23 with a current student base of 1500. The ed-tech platform has also currently partnered with three educational institutions, including MIT World Peace University, K M Munshi Institute of Advanced Studies and Shree LR Tiwari Degree College to augment their hybrid education. RISE works beyond academic excellence and intends to transform the fields of technology, data science, analytics, artificial intelligence, public policy, cybersecurity, finance & accounting, FinTech, global business administration, marketing research – and more – to help propel students into the future.
The platform has partnered with KPMG in India for business analytics, data science & artificial intelligence and machine learning; with Grant Thornton for finance & amp; accounting and FinTech; with ThriveDXSaaS for cybersecurity; with Aeon Research for marketing research; and with SRH Mobile University (Germany) for a global MBA.
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