The Bengaluru based startup announced that it will use its funds to develop their product and build their core team.
A Bengaluru based startup Cuvette Tech that is a bridge for student software developers looking for a full time or a part time internship, on wednesday announced that in a seed round of funding it raised $1,80,000.
Titan capital; Varun Algah, co-founder and CEO of Mamaearth; Harish Dahiya, co-founder Lumerci are among the key angel investors.
The startup said that they will channelize these funds to construct its core team and develop the product.
Their focus will be to become a one stop destination for the start ups to hire verified and talented software interns.
Atul Singhal and Sudhanshu Singh, founders at Cuvette Tech, mentioned that
“We are building a technology that will streamline the process of intern hiring through a skill based matchmaking algorithm and save more than 80 percent of the time of the recruiters. India is the world’s fastest emerging startup ecosystem and thus the need for tech interns is increasing as well. We went to leverage the opportunity at the earliest to drive our growth.”
IIT Kharagpur grads Atul Singhal and Sudhanshu Singh founded Cuvette Tech in july 2020 with an aim to resolve the issue of a skill gap between the students and the industry. The focus is to connect the students with startups to give them an exposure to the industrial environment.
Startups have to dedicate a lot of time and resources in search of time and resources in search of software interns who meet up their expectations and possess the required skills.
Through Cuvette Tech, the employees can easily access a loft of deserving students which will save a lot of their time.
Within just 10 months of its commencement, Cuvette Tech has managed to involve more than 600 companies nationally and across countries like Singapore, Dubai and the USA. They have students from more than 150 engineering colleges across India associated with them.
Bipin Shah, partner at Titan Capital opined that“ College students are looking for many line coding projects in parallel to their course curriculum. Thus, the platform is doing amazing work by bridging the skill gap between students and technology industry and providing them with much needed exposure. We are delighted to have associated with them.”