A Bharti Group company working in the Higher Education space, Centum Learning, has raised INR 40 crore investment from Mayfield India Fund. The Chairman, Centum Learning, Rakesh Bharti Mittal mentioned that Centum Learning is geared up to unlock the immense growth potential within India, in domains of education, trianing and development. Reportedly, Mayfield's managing director Vikram Godse would be joining Centum's board of directors.
More than 130 learning centres have been set up by Centum Learning over a course of time across 90 Indian cities. It has now launched Centum U-Institute of Management and Creative Studies which offers various undergraduate and postgraduate programmes along with world-renowned institutions in New Delhi, Mumbai, Pune, Mohali and Hyderabad. Additionally, the company is working actively with state governments to create skilled manpower that can be deployed globally; in order to enhance employability amongst rural and urban youth.