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Edtech startup Azent Overseas Education acqui-hires Admission Table platform to expand reach in Tier 1 cities

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With a view to adopt digital tools to transform its advisory and student guidance strategies, Azent Overseas Education, an online-offline edtech startup, has taken over a platform Admission Table, reported Inc42.

As per the sources, besides acquiring Admission Table, the Azent will also invests INR 250 crore in new technologies and innovative products over the next three years.

As per Azent, the partnership will expand its reachability beyond Tier 1 cities, creating a stronger market position and opportunities.

By integrating Admission Table, Azent will provide a structured online overseas education counselling.

Priyanka Nishar, founder of Azent, said, “Admission Table.com significantly enhances our online offerings and user experience.”

Azent was founded by Atul Nishar and Priyanka Nishar in 2013. The company Azent focuses on tech-enabled counselling for students planning to study overseas.

The platform Azent primarily focuses on students looking to do their master’s degree. It helps the candidates figure out the right courses and universities present abroad such as US, Canada, UK, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, Ireland and Singapore.

Admission Table, on the other hand, was founded by Manish Kalyan in 2013. The firm Admission Table is also an edtech startup that focuses on helping students find the right information to study overseas university shortlisting, admission counselling, scholarships and financing, and tutoring for SAT/GRE/GMAT/TOEFL/IELTS.

While, the company Azent also helps students with applications, visas and pre-departure processes.

It has its centres in Mumbai, Thane, Hyderabad, Chennai and Bengaluru.

Furthermore, according to a study, with over 33 Lakh Indian students going overseas to study every year, India is the second-largest source of international students after China.

Some of the significant edtech startups include BYJU’s, Clap Global, Unacademy, Khan Academy, MyMBACircle, and many more.

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