Enhelion, India’s leading edtech platform announced that since inception, it has trained about 50,000 students and professionals across the nation. The company, founded by two lawyers – Rodney D. Ryder and Ashwin Madhavan in 2013, today offers over 400 online legal and interdisciplinary courses to students and professionals pan-India. With about 14,000 fresh enrollments since April 2020, the company plans to triple its course offerings by 2022.
Enhelion, Indias Largest Edtech Platorm, founded by Mr. Ashwin Madhavan
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With a theory-based education structure, students in India lack the practical experience required to excel in any sector. Enhelion bridges this gap between academia and profession by training young university going students and professionals with the necessary skills required to succeed in their sector. Enhelion’s courses cover the likes of commercial law, artificial intelligence, machine learning, communication skills, blockchain, ethical hacking, among others.
Benchmarking its success on collaborative growth, the company has partnered with the Logistics Sector Skills Council (a part of the National Skill Development Corporation – NSDC), Gujarat National Law University (GNLU) one of the best National Law Schools in the country, the Rashtriya Raksha University (RRU), a premier national security and police university [recently elevated to the status of Institute of National Importance by Parliament] and over 40 law firms across the country to provide students with quality and affordable education.
In 2018, Enhelion collaborated with renowned international publisher, Bloomsbury Publishing, Inc., where books edited by senior lawyers are published and provided to Enhelion students, free of cost.
The company is now looking to expand its reach by collaborating with like-minded individuals, organizations and universities to up skill people in India. Currently, Enhelion is providing courses on various topics in the interdisciplinary areas of law, management, data science and soft skills to name