Edtech startup Online Live Learning (OLL) raises INR 30 Lakhs from Shark Tank India season 2 judges. Peyush Bansal (CEO of Lenskart) and Vineeta Singh ( CEO of Sugar Cosmetics) infused funds in this seed round of funding. 

The infused funds will be utilized for the expansion of the services of OLL. Furthermore, the funds will help the startup to grow and fight in this competitive sector. 

Edtech startup Online Live Learning Profile

OLL stands for Online live learning. It is an Edtech platform that allows students to learn many core skills like Arts, Language, Robotics, Coding and many others. The programs offered by OLL are live as well as interactive. Additionally, these courses are Internationally certified by various organizations.

This live learning platform focuses on students from 1st to 10th grade because this age needs skill development. OLL operates in tier 2 and tier 3 cities and targets to provide students with various skills.

Co-founded by Shreyaan Daga and Koshika Mahajan, OLL is a bridge between teachers and students with lots of futuristic skills. 

Despite the favorable literacy rate in India, more than 85% of students are unable to learn core skills, which are extremely important in today’s times. There are a variety of sectors where India is growing and skills need to get upgraded day by day. Constant upgradation of skills will push one’s career to growth and triumph.

Edtech Startup OLL Raises 30 Lakhs from Shark Tank India Judges

However, the current education system lacks these important facilities. Here, OLL takes the lead. It acts as a provider of technical skills to students across the nation.

This innovative startup, started by an 18-year-old and is an amazing platform. It uses technology as a catalyst and already included 36000 students to date. Furthermore, the startup also claims about its 2000 teachers bandwagon. These teachers help students in learning multiple skills like coding, robotics, finances, public speaking and multiple different skills. 

Certainly, the world is growing and different skillset is required to tackle the competition. However, talents from smaller cities are not getting ample opportunities. OLL provides them a platform to brush up on their skills as well as learn different skills.

Apurv Panigrahi