India’s top online ed-tech platform, Physics Wallah is on a hiring spree and the company has announced the hiring of 2,500 employees.
Satish Khengre, HR Head of Physics Wallah said, “At this growth juncture, hiring more professionals across roles was the next natural progression for us.”
“Above all, we are looking for people who are passionate and aligned with our vision to provide affordable and quality education to all and become lifelong learning partners for students,” Satish Khengre added.
Physics Wallah is hiring for various roles including business analysts, data analysts, counselors, operations managers, batch managers, teachers, and many more.
The company said on the career page, “PW recently added another feather to its cap by joining the unicorn club. We are a fast-growing team of creative and ingenious brainstormers who acknowledge the worth of great talent and believe that money should never become a barrier to achieving dreams.”
“Being a team of young intellects, our key focus is empowering students with enormous potential who are not able to afford quality education. Our motto is to work hard, recognise every effort, and celebrate each win with the incredible family we’ve built. We invite you to be a part of this revolution”, the company added.
Physics Wallah is India’s top online ed-tech platform that provides an affordable and comprehensive learning experience to students of classes 6 to 12 and those preparing for JEE and NEET exams.
The company also provides extensive NCERT solutions, sample papers, NEET, JEE Mains, and BITSAT previous year papers, which makes a one-stop solution for all resources.
Physics Wallah also caters to over 3.5 million registered students and over 78 lakh+ Youtube subscribers with a 4.8 rating on its app.
To apply for the current opportunities visit the career page or visit the LinkedIn page. The company currently employs 6,500 employees, including over 2,000 teachers and educational experts.
Physics Wallah announced the hiring news at the point when many Ed-Tech companies and Tech companies are laying off employees due to the economic slowdown.