Unacademy opens 50 new educational channels on YouTube

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Leading edtech platform Unacademy launched 50 new educational channels on Google-owned YouTube on Monday.

Some of these new channels have existing content categories from Unacademy, as well as new areas such as “Tick Tock Tax” – to simplify the concepts of direct and indirect tax, and Life After IIT – a platform for breaking JEE and discuss success stories for better rankings.

“We are reinforcing our commitment to democratizing education and presenting a strong content strategy for learners who seek knowledge in unique and exciting ways,” said Vivek Sinha, COO, Unacademy.

Unacademy has also announced its partnership with GATE Academy and all GATE aspirants will have access to the category’s premium content.

Umesh Dhande has joined the Unacademy platform as Vice President, Academics, GATE & ESE, the edtech platform said.

The educational channels cover broad categories such as NEET-UG and JEE, UPSC and other post-graduation segments, as well as banking, SSC and defense.

Founded by Gaurav Munjal, Hemesh Singh and Roman Saini in 2015, Unacademy has a growing network of over 91,000 registered educators and over 99 million learners, providing instruction in over 14 Indian languages.

As the online education space shrinks, Unacademy has also embarked on opening physical lesson centers across the country.

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