Byju's to invest $200 mn to set up 500 offline tuition centres across 200 cities across country

AgenciesUpdated: Thursday, February 17, 2022, 06:14 PM IST
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Byju's has launched 80 centres earlier under a pilot project where it offers both offline and online classes to students of class 4 to class 10. / Representational image |

Edtech firm Byju's on Thursday said it will invest $200 million (about Rs 1,500 crore) to set up 500 tuition centres across 200 cities in the country.

The company has launched 80 centres earlier under a pilot project where it offers both offline and online classes to students of class 4 to class 10.

''The launch of 'Byju's Tuition Centre' is a landmark moment for Byju's. Over the next 12-18 months, we will be investing $200 million to open these sites across India. We are also looking at strengthening our team,'' BYJU'S Chief Operating Officer Mrinal Mohit said in a statement.

Byju's aims to enroll 1 million students into this programme in the next two years and claims to create employment opportunities for over 10,000 people within a year of operations.

(With inputs from PTI)

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