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Healthcare edtech startup Virohan launches another institute in Delhi

Our Bureau New Delhi | Updated on September 01, 2021

Company offers technology-based training for healthcare professionals such as OT and lab technicians, and administrators

Virohan, a healthcare edtech startup has launched another institute at Delhi-East of Kailash which will enable students to become healthcare professionals such as OT technicians, Medical Lab technicians and healthcare Administrators.

According to a statement issued by the company, Virohan offers industry demand driven training, where the curriculum provides what is relevant and needed on-the-job. Virohan’s blended learning teaching method is done through bite size videos, class activities with real time quizzes and outcomes, resulting in an increased pass percentage of over 90 per cent of students PAN India and minimizing drop-out rates to below 7 per cent of students compared to an industry average of 35-40 per cent, the release said.

“We envision to bridge the massive dearth of Allied Healthcare Professionals in India and strengthen the Indian Healthcare system with a niche intersection of Healthcare and edtech. Therefore, We have developed an end-to-end, proprietary technology stack to aggregate training providers and standardise operations from mobilisation, training to placements, called myClassroom kit, a proprietary Hybrid Training solution. We are very excited to be expanding further at Delhi, which is known for being the Education Hub of India along with Mumbai,” Kunaal Dudeja/Nalin Saluja, Chief Executive Officer/Chief Technical Officer and & Co-founder at Virohan said.

Virohan has partnered with industry players like GE Healthcare, Siemens Healthineers, Lenskart etc. It is currently working as partners with UNICEF YUWAAH! program, GE program, the Indian Medical Association and more than 650 hospitals to identify the specific training needs for paramedics and ensure that the content is industry relevant and Job oriented. All of Virohan’s courses include internships at hospitals for hands-on practice of the skills acquired beyond technical know-how.

So far, Virohan has trained over 5,000 students and has achieved a student placement rate of 90 per cent students. The company has 7 centres across Delhi, Haryana, Chattisgarh, Uttar Pradesh and Maharashtra and plans to scale up to 160 centres across 35 cities pan India and to train at least 1 million students by 2025. 

 

 

 

Published on September 01, 2021

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