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How Eduvacancy is changing the way institutes hire teachers in India

The firm's SaaS-based platform has over 500,000 registered educators and 12,750 institutes pan India and matches the right candidate for the right job across regions

Manav Shah, Nikita Shah

Eduvacancy promoters Manav Shah and Nikita Shah

Namit Gupta New Delhi
It was a random dinner meeting with his teacher cousin that eventually got 28-year-old Manav Shah to set up Eduvacancy, a SaaS-based HR enterprise for pedagogues seeking employment, which has over 500,000 registered educators and more than 12,750 institutes registered pan India.

"My cousin had been looking for teaching positions on generic job search platforms, but lamented that she was unable to land one as most of the portals focused on IT, BFSI, Oil & Gas, and bulk hiring jobs.”

That got Shah, who had always wanted to run businesses that benefited society, perplexed simply because he couldn't figure

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First Published: Aug 24 2022 | 6:28 PM IST

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