- CENTA secured $1 million from angel investors including Leo Puri, Pankaj Sahni, Bahram Vakil, and Nikhil Mohta.
- The capital will facilitate the launch of a Teaching as a Service (TaaS) platform and further enhance CENTA’s tech infrastructure.
- CENTA’s TaaS service aims to connect teachers globally for professional development and additional income opportunities with potential employers like edtech companies, schools, and government entities.
- The company operates in three verticals: teacher training, teacher certification, and skill-based training.
- With a presence across 7,000 locations in India, CENTA is reportedly influencing the lives of over 1.5 million teachers. The startup collaborates closely with education boards such as NCERT, CBSE, and State Education Boards to empower teachers in government schools and enhance education quality nationwide.