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Ed-tech start-up Geekster aiming to upskill over 1,000 aspirants in next two quarters

New Delhi, January 27:  Geekster, an ed-tech focused on providing technical education to aspirants, has announced an ambitious target to upskill over 1,000 students in the next two quarters under Full Stack Web Development Programme. The brand has already trained close to 300 aspirants under the course so far. Over 250 aspirants out of the total trained have already got placed with reputed corporates. With its pay-after-placement offering, aspirants have been able to pick up pace in their career trajectory.

Geekster recently announced expanding its workforce by 50 percent to reach a broader audience. The new target from the brand comes in line with the recent hiring; now, it aims to upskill a larger batch. Its unique pay-after-placement model has attracted enthusiasts to learn and fuel their growth trajectory.

“There is a huge gap between what employers eye and what candidates pursue. Once this is addressed, the candidates get the right skills in demand in the industry, which opens many opportunities for the students. Geekster is trying to fix the same by giving aspirants top-quality industry-relevant education. We encourage users to learn and widen their career horizons without any financial concern with the pay-after placement. We have been witnessing exponential growth in the number of users on our platform. With the rising number of successful placements, we can expect climbing traction too,” said Mr. Ankit Maggu, Founder, Geekster.

Geekster believes that financial or geographical barriers should not deter quality education. The brand has been imparting personal mentorship and live classes delivered by instructors from esteemed brands like Google, Amazon, and Microsoft.