Edunalysis learning solution is in talks to create more than 5000 work from home modeled tutoring jobs in India. It is understood that the company wants to enrich its tutor base from India and use them for their iconic Academic platform Homework Guru (www.homeworkguru.com).
The US – headquartered business restructured to become one of the world’s best education company. It would be group’s first major operation in India if the management agrees on the proposal. Although initially the company is planning to hire 500 to 1000 local experts , it is believed Edunalysis would have a view to growing that number to as many as 5000 in coming years. The group wants to use the money raised from various institutional investors to increase the dominance of Homework Guru. According to the CEO of the company “Edunalysis and Homework Guru will be one of the great global growth stories in the next decade.”
“Parents in countries around the world, rich and poor, the single thing that matters to them most is equipping their kids with the skills and the knowledge to go to university, to learn English as a foreign language, because that’s what’s going to get them a better job and a better start in life and that’s what we’re lining Edunalysis up to and it’s a huge opportunity for us,” he added.
The company offers a range of academic help services and is the owner of worlds largest academic question and answer base Homework Guru(www.homeworkguru.com) . The company was founded in 2006 and has been known as the one of world’s top academic publishing house in recent times. Edunalysis also provides online and print educational resources for schools, universities and professionals across the globe.
The company plans to focus and invest more in Edunalysis’s publishing arm while beefing up Homework Guru’s tutor base.
Neither the Edunalysis nor Homework Guru would comment when contacted yesterday.
Meanwhile, it is understood, that a major acquisition deal involving two leading publishing firms is due to be completed this month.It is understood the deal will see a merger of a number of popular local titles.