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upGrad aims to reach 7.5 million registered users by 2024 by partnering with more than 1,298 universities, 3,110 companies and expanding its network of professors, mentors and experts to 11,078.

Edtech upGrad announced Thursday that it has consolidated its three Indian subsidiaries, with the aim of becoming an integrated global lifelong learning company. The company announced the merger of its three subsidiaries – upGrad Campus (originally Impartus), upGrad Jeet (originally The GATE Academy) and upGrad KnowledgeHut (originally KnowledgeHut).

The consolidation will create a parent company in India that will boost Grad’s vision for an integrated strategy to expand and boost cross-border learning through 2022, according to a statement.

The merged entity would cover the full range of high-tech offerings for students and working professionals.

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“The merger of all Indian entities aims to strengthen the corporate structure and consolidate our position as a truly integrated Edtech player and provide a solid basis for our global strategy.

“The upGrad brand is founded on the impact we create on the lives of our learners and the results and return on investment we deliver to them. We want the upGrad brand to permeate the entire range of our offerings and for the single merged entity to make sense. Our offices in APAC, EMEA and US will continue to operate as independent subsidiaries, ”said Ronnie Screwvala, president and co-founder of upGrad.

upGrad aims to reach 7.5 million registered users by 2024 by partnering with more than 1,298 universities, 3,110 companies and expanding its network of professors, mentors and experts to 11,078.

Currently, upGrad has over 300 university partnerships with over 2 million registered users in 50 countries.

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