The company plans to strengthen its workforce across markets in India and abroad. The hiring will include young talent in a variety of areas including sales, marketing and departments. Nikhil Mittal, head of growth, Skill-Lync, said:
“With more than 40 masters and more than 100 individual courses, we have significantly seen a high demand for our engineering courses and expect this to continue as edtech is now becoming an essential service.”
The startup ensures a balance between the practical exposure and the fundamental theories. It allows students to work on practical projects with the aid of industry-oriented computational software and tools.