Edtech firm Jovian raised $1.5 million in funds led by Multiply Ventures


Edtech firm focused on data science and machine learning Jovian raised $1.5 million in funds led by Multiply Ventures where Y Combinator, Better Capital and angels such as Kunal Shah (founder, Cred), Phanindra Sama (cofounder, redBus), Aprameya Radhakrishna (cofounder, Koo), Christian Oestlien (director, product management, YouTube), Anand Madhavan (VP of engineering, EverLaw), Aakrit Vaish,(cofounder and CEO, Haptik), and Ankit Bhati (cofounder, Ola and Amnic) also participated.


The flagship data science and machine learning bootcamp at Jovian assists working professionals in programming or analytics in making the transition to a career in data science. The new funds will be used to grow the startup's team of data science experts, improve its curriculum, and mentor its growing student body. The company intends to expand its engineering workforce and engage its data science community through courses, competitions, and learning resources.

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