Up to March 2023, Physics Wallah intends to employ 2,500 people across all of its verticals
The unicorn edtech company Physics Wallah said on Monday that it would be hiring 2,500 people for a variety of jobs during the current quarter. Currently, the business employs 6,500 people, including more than 2,000 instructors and academic professionals.
The news comes at a time when several edtech businesses, including Byju's, Unacademy, Vedantu, FrontRow, etc. in the previous year, have announced significant layoffs.
"The hiring blitz is in keeping with the brand's ambitious expansion objectives as it continues to provide students top-notch learning experiences. The new jobs PW has offered up span a variety of duties and responsibilities "In a statement, PW stated. Faculty members as well as professionals for related positions, including business analysts, data analysts, counselors, operations managers, batch managers, instructors, and many more, according to Physics Wallah, are being hired.
"As a family that is expanding, PW is delighted to see more students using our platform to study and develop. The next logical step for us at this point in our expansion was to hire additional experts across positions.
Above all, we're searching for individuals who share our commitment for ensuring that all kids have access to high-quality education and who will collaborate with them to learn throughout their lives "Satish Khengre, the HR Head at PW, made the remark.
The business bought iNeuron last month to increase the scope of its upskilling services.