Live online robotics classes provider raises 400k in Wiingy Angel Funding

Wiingy, an AdTech startup that provides advanced science online live classes for robotics, coding and kids, has been acquired for देव 400,000 in a round of angel funds.

The round was attended by investors like Aroa Ventures (Oyo founder Riteish Agarwal’s family office), Abhinav Sinha (Global Chief Operating Officer, OYO), Maninder Gulati (Global, Chief Strategy Officer, OYO), Kavikrit (Chief Growth Officer, OYO). ), Rohit Kapoor (CEO, India-Southeast Asia, OYO) and Ashish Goyal (Founding CEO, Urban Ladder), Vineet Nanda (Founder Shift Capital) and Manish Chopra (Global Leader, Genpact).

Founded in 2021 by Asit Biswal, an alumnus of IIM Ahmedabad, Waingi aims to provide experimental co-curricular education to students in robotics and other STEM courses. It provides robotics kits and 1: 1 live classes coding and advanced science for children aged 5-15 years. With lessons focused on science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, Wiingy aims to help students understand the use of STEM concepts, create engineering products while learning, and prepare themselves for the future.

Weingy believes that project-based learning is the most effective way to learn. The company’s strength lies in an innovative curriculum, which enables students to learn science, coding and hardware concepts while creating robotics projects under the guidance of online trainers.

Speaking on the platform, Asit Biswal, founder of Wingi, said,

“Students of all ages love our robotics curriculum and parents appreciate the unique experience of our curricula. Contacting also enables a new set of teachers who enjoy STEM teaching. I am overwhelmed by the support of our investors and mentors who have shown confidence in the team’s capabilities and productivity at such an early stage. “

The Wiingy DIY Robotics Kit claims to be a unique combination of many learning and skills development methods, including online and offline community events and guided coding platforms.

Gaurav Gulati, Head and CIO, Aroa Ventures said,

“Robotics and advanced science are playing an important role in our society. New technologies must inculcate its fundamentals in student learning to better prepare them for the first world. Weingy understands this and continues to work creatively to strengthen the quality of education. Winging is on a mission to build and Aroa is happy to support him on this journey. “

Wiingy has launched robotics courses as an initial proposal and plans to launch artificial intelligence, wireless networking, coding and physics in the coming months.

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Author: Shalini Pathak

Shalini Pathak is a Staff Writer at EdTechReview (ETR) – India’s leading edtech media and community. She has four years of experience in the media, covering various beats. Like all writers, she is first and foremost an avid reader with a passion for creating box outs and the ability to write on any topic. As part of the ETR team, it will include the latest in the Adtech industry.

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