Bengaluru: Sachin Rana, a 4th year student pursuing Bachelor of Science – Chemistry, at one of India’s most reputed engineering institutes, IIT Bombay, has recently received a pre-placement offer of ₹50 Lakhs by Unacademy, India’s largest learning platform. Sachin has been sharing his knowledge as a teacher/educator from the first year of his graduation and has been associated with Unacademy for more than two years as one of their top educators for organic chemistry.
As an educator, Sachin has mentored multiple students, which also includes three students with under 100 ranking for JEE Advanced. He also has an active YouTube Channel called Sachin Rana [IITB], with over 148,000 subscribers, which is extremely popular amongst IIT aspirants. Through his videos on YouTube and Unacademy, he helps students prepare for JEE Main, NEET, JEE Advanced, AIIMS, BITSAT, Class XII Boards and many other examinations. One of India’s youngest educators and influencers, Sachin has been helping millions of learners to inch closer to their dreams.
Sharing his views and experience Sachin Rana said, “I am extremely happy to be associated with Unacademy as an educator and delighted to have received the pre-placement offer of ₹50 Lakhs. Unacademy is a very unconventional platform supporting the dreams of millions of learners throughout their journey of preparing for competitive exams. I believe knowledge sharing is one of the greatest deeds, and as an educator my endeavour is to help as many students as possible and motivate them to fulfil their ambitions.”
On this Ankita Tandon, VP Content @ Unacademy expressed, “Unacademy’s vision is to revolutionize the way India learns and since inception all our efforts are centered towards helping learners crack competitive examinations. However, we also believe that educators play a vital role in shaping the learning system. The hard work and passion that the educators bring in, is worth celebrating and to reinforce this vision, Unacademy has given a pre-placement offer of ₹50 Lakhs to Sachin Rana. Our aim is not only to support students, but also provide teachers with a platform to share their knowledge with aspirants and in return get their due recognition.”