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Indian IT major HCL picks majority stake in vernacular ed tech platform GUVI

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Through this investment the company looks to address the critical technical skill-gap across enterprises, HCL said.

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In a top level technology takeover, Indian IT major HCL has acquired a majority stake in vernacular edtech platform GUVI. The digital platform, an and incubated company, GUVI offers technical courses such as , , , and various other courses created by industry experts in vernacular languages.

The company also provides tailor-made courses for learners, universities and employers. HCL aims to create skilled tech professionals in India and abroad with this investment. The company, however, did not disclose the financial details of the transaction.

“HCL believes in the philosophy of multiplying the potential of not just individuals but communities at large. In line with the same belief, we are delighted to associate with GUVI to ensure that technology aspirants have ease-of-access to learning and upskilling via holistic courses in the native language,” HCL Corporation Director and Shiv Nadar Foundation Trustee, Shikhar Malhotra said adding that, “through this investment the company looks to address the critical technical skill-gap across enterprises.

GUVI will focus on creating a demography-agnostic ecosystem that will allow all deserving individuals to acquire technological skills. To date, GUVI has upskilled more than 1.7 million students and professionals in the latest technology skills and helped them gain placement across sectors, the HCL statement said.

“We are excited to join hands with HCL and believe that this association will be a game-changer for the EdTech space servicing audiences in their mother tongue. Also, leveraging HCL's global network, we are looking forward to empowering a large pool of professionals,” GUVI co-founder and CEO Arun Prakash said.

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