uFaber announces #PowertoShe – Rs. 10 lakhs scholarship initiative to aid deserving women from hinterland India in getting back to work
Mumbai: uFaber, among India’s fastest-growing Ed-Tech companies that is focused on personalization and the trainer, today announced #PowertoShe, a campaign around International Women’s day, wherein it will provide scholarship of Rs. 20,000/- to 50 deserving women from across India who lack access or resources for it. The motive is to reskill or boost their confidence in getting back to work. The scholarship is applicable across its offering – UPSC exam preparation, Fluent English, business communication skills, etc. among others. Those interested need to mail email@example.com
Commenting on the initiative, Rohit Jain, Co-Founder & CEO, uFaber said, “Women form the largest chunk of work from home career options as it allows them to balance their professional and personal commitments. And there are millions of more women across India in metros and beyond, who are qualified but just lack that little extra edge to make them eligible for one of these work from home careers. On this women’s day what could be better than to salute and do our bit to support the aspirations of these women. Here is to more #powertoshe.”
About uFaber: Founded in 2015, uFaber provides hyper-personalised training programmes for students from the age of 7. Its mission is to create a utopian education ecosystem, by breaking rigid walls of timetable and classroom, placing the student in the centre of it, powered by “passionate teachers”. Its team right from the founders, to counsellors and mentors are driven by the common purpose of creating and sustaining a culture of learning/growth. Ufaber has a highly specialized team trainers who are self-driven and want to make a positive impact in their learner’s lives. It’s a market leader in the IELTS coaching space, a growing footprint in the UPSC exam preparation space and a high growth offering for early career professionals and final year students called Fluent English among others. It’s the only bootstrapped edtech venture in India to have grown to where it’s today.