Our hybrid education model is unique. It combines the intensity of classroom training with the convenience of online learning.
To teach job-ready skills like programming across the globe with industry experts in small batches of 10 to 15 students.
We believe good-quality technical training is a basic human right and are committed to empowering people by making it accessible, affordable, engaging, and useful for careers.
Aeon Learning aims to change how executive and technical training is delivered to working professionals and freshers. We provide an array of courses - from management degrees in collaboration with prestigious universities, to cutting-edge tech programs in collaboration with industry experts – that are delivered through an unmatched online platform.
Amid hectic daily schedules, professionals often struggle to find the time to learn new skills. The option of an academic sabbatical, in the rare case it is available, comes with its own set of problems—career-break, expenses, loss of income.
AEON Learning, a leading edtech company based out of Bangalore has raised USD 3.2mn in Series B funding from MEMG Family Office LLP, a fund set up by Dr. Ranjan Pai, chairman of the Manipal Education and Medical Group.
AcadGild, which only offers online courses, was founded by a group of IT professionals based out of India and California. One of the unique aspects of AcadGild is that the classes are small, with only 3 to 5 students per course. Courses last 12 weeks and, according to Course Report, are more affordable than other comparable options.
AcadGild, which is launching in the U.S, takes a somewhat different approach from some of its competitors. Its programs combine small classes (with no more than 10 students) and a focus on mentorship from experienced teachers and 24/7 support with a project-based approach. All of this happens online, but classes still (virtually) meet on set days and times to go over the material.
Two Bangalore-based school students have used their summer holidays to not only learn the nuances of building apps, but even created one that helps users make pledges around social causes.
After starting a series of new ventures, he is now making a comeback to entrepreneurship and this time, into education. Early this year, Dham started up online education venture Acadgild along with entrepreneur duo Krishnan Ganesh and Meena Ganesh.
With this, the venture, which offers software programming courses through personalized mentoring to students in India and the US, will be able to expand in the US. The video courses are conducted out of India with experts in the field.