Bangalore, India, September 06, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Online learning platform Unacademy today announced it had crossed a million subscribers on YouTube. This makes the Bengaluru-based startup one of the top hundred channels in the country, and that includes all entertainment channels and the likes of YRF and T-Series.
Commenting on the milestone, Gaurav Munjal, CEO, Co-founder, Unacademy, said, "We have uploaded thousands of lessons from educators on YouTube, and these videos have received over 93 million views so far. As we embark on our mission to make Unacademy the platform of choice for a billion Indians, we would like to thank every learner and educator who supported us in reaching this huge landmark.”
Unacademy is India’s largest free online learning platform that allows educators to create courses on various subjects. Its vision is to get the best minds of the country to share their knowledge in an easily comprehensible form. The platform currently has more than a million registered users and over 2,500 educators.