Specialist education startup Creya to raise about $5 million

“Investments in the specialist education solutions market in India are gaining momentum. Hyderabad-based Kindle Experiential Learning, an education startup that develops innovative learning solutions for schools under the brand Creya Learning, is raising between $4.5 million and $5 million as part of its first round of funding from two undisclosed Indian individual investors. The company is in advanced stages of finalizing a term-sheet and will announce the deal shortly.”

Creya sets up a laboratory within the school’s premises, where students from the first grade to the tenth grade can learn using its kits and programmes. The company aims to use this cash infusion to set up 20 Creya experiential learning centers across India.