Edtech sector has created 75,000 jobs in 5 years: IAMAI

The sector operates on a bilateral approach to help increase employee retention and establish job opportunities in the Indian economy

February 9, 2022

Over the last five years, the Indian Edtech sector has generated 75,000+ jobs.

The sector has provided job opportunities for 50,000+ professionals across India.

It operates on a bilateral approach to help increase employee retention and establish job opportunities.

First-rate professionals are hired to accelerate business growth and provide beginners training to help them evolve and upskill, stated the IAMAI report.

Over the last five years, the Edtech sector in India has generated more than 75,000 jobs. At present, there are more than 50,000 professionals working in the sector, as per the Internet and Mobile Association of India (IAMAI) report. The sector operates on a bilateral approach to help increase employee retention and establish job opportunities. It hires first-rate professionals to accelerate business growth and provides beginners training to help them evolve and upskill, stated the IAMAI report. 

Co-Founder of BYJU’S and the Co-Chair of the IEC, Divya Gokulnath made a statement saying,  “The aspirations of young India are infinite – both from metros and smaller towns across the country. We are glad to empower the youth with diversified job opportunities, helping secure their future while fulfilling their ambitions of innovating for India and the world. As global recognition for the potential of India’s EdTech ecosystem increases alongside investments and consolidation, we look forward to creating an inclusive job environment for millions of talented Indians.”