US-based online education company Udacity is betting on the Indian market to be one of the growth drivers for its business as it expands its operations in the country.
The company, which offers free and paid courses across various areas like artificial intelligence, machine learning and virtual reality, saw its global revenues growing over 100 per cent year-over-year in 2017 to about USD 70 million.
In India, Udacity has recently announced a nanodegree programme in Flying car and drones, and has partnered software services major Infosys to train 500 engineers in Self Driving Car Engineering.
"We have seen over 200 per cent growth in our India operations. Users have opted for varied courses like Python, Big Data, machine learning... The trends are similar to what we see globally," Udacity India MD Ishan Gupta told
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