Edtech Infinity Learn by Sri Chaitanya delivers outcome-based learning, serving a community of over 7 million registered users
Hybrid learning platform, Infinity Learn announced the appointment of Ravikanth Kanchibhotla as head of the Test Prep Segment, and Abhishek Chhabra as head of the K-10 Segment.
Bringing more than two decades of expertise in the digital ecosystem, Ravikanth takes on the role of head of the test prep segment. His experience encapsulates contributions to the success of six start-ups, including two unicorns, and serving key roles at multinational corporations.
“Ravikanth’s proficiency in revenue management, product strategy, and operations has been honed through pivotal positions at leading organizations such as Flipkart, InMobi, and Google India,” the company added in its statement.
He has an extensive edtech domain including roles such as COO at Oliveboard, in addition to his position of CEO at FIITJEE eSchool.
Expressing his enthusiasm for the new role, Ravikanth Kanchibhotla said, “I am thrilled to join Infinity Learn and look forward to leveraging my experience to drive effective strategies in the Learn segment and impact as many learners as possible in the country to prepare them for challenging competitive exams such as NEET and JEE.”
Abhishek, appointed as the head of the K-10 Segment, comes with a wealth of experience from esteemed organizations such as upGrad, Philips, Zomato, and Oyo. With a strong academic background from IIT Delhi and ISB Hyderabad, Abhishek aligns his multifaceted approach and passion for meaningful causes with the ethos of Infinity Learn.
Highlighting his eagerness, Abhishek asserted, “I've always aspired to contribute to the cultivation of skill and talent in our nation, fostering a generation of high achievers in their chosen career paths.”
Ujjwal Singh, founding CEO of Infinity Learn stated, “Aligned with our ambitious goal of reaching over 50 million learners on our platform by 2025, the restructuring of our team marks a strategic step in that direction. We eagerly anticipate their invaluable contributions as we work together to advance our mission of ensuring every child has access to quality education.”
The start-up supported by the educational group Sri Chaitanya revealed that its revenue from operations reached over Rs 100 crore in FY23 compared to just Rs 2.3 crore in FY22.
The company has also become a PAT (Profit After Tax) positive. The edtech added that it achieved these milestones within two years of operations as the firm was started in 2021.