NSE Academy Ltd acquires edu-tech player TalentSprint

NSE Academy Ltd acquires edu-tech player TalentSprint

NSE Academy Ltd acquires edu-tech player TalentSprint

Hyderabad: NSE Academy Ltd acquires edu-tech player TalentSprint – NSE Academy Ltd, an entirely owned subsidiary of the National stock market Ltd, is acquiring a majority stake in Hyderabad-based top-leading tech education player TalentSprint Private Limited. However, neither NSE Academy nor TalentSprint divulged any financial details concerning the deal.

NSE Academy said TalentSprint augments its objective to be a pacesetter within the education segment with the aim of continuous learning right from K12, university to executive-level corporate learning, not only in terms of finance skills but also in emerging technology areas like AI, Machine Learning, Fintech and Blockchain within the capital market and BFSI domain through online and offline modes.

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“In recent times there has been a high demand for skill acquisition and up-gradation in these areas, which is additionally resulting in employment avenues for the country’s young graduates and workforce have the most important impact within the BFSI space and hence an expansion in these areas may be a natural progression for NSE Academy,” it said.

Commenting on the deal, NSE Academy CEO Abhilash Misra said the strategic partnership between NSE Academy and TalentSprint creates unique possibilities within the professional education ecosystem and can see them in skilling opportunities which will have an extended-term impact on the longer-term of learning and work.

Pointing out that NSE’s mission has been to support the expansion of New Delhi markets and financial education has been the most important enabler during this that the BFSI industry evolves into a more tech-enabled industry, it’s imperative that we strengthen our expertise within the education space by adding new and emerging technologies are offering to complement our growth ambitions during this space, the company’s co-founder & CEO Santanu Paul said the there are six million working professionals in India today in need of deep tech knowledge interventions, and another 10 million college students waiting to enter the workforce with adequate future-proof skills and enhanced capabilities, reach, resources, partnerships — to become a powerhouse in deep tech education and empower the workforce of tomorrow,” he said.

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