Amritsar, NFA Post: The week ended Jan 2 saw 11 Indian startups raise funding. Out of the 11, 8 received a total sum of about $8.3 million.
Funding of the remaining three startups of the total funded startups remained undisclosed.
Agri-tech platform Gramophone bagged the highest funding of about $3.4 million, which was followed by Pariksha that raised around $1.3 million.
Summary of deals closed during Dec 28-Jan 2
Gramophone: In a funding round led by Siana Capital, the Indore-based agriculture technology platform raised $3.4 million.
Pariksha: Edtech startup Pariksha raised $1.8 million in a new financing round led by Bharat Inclusive Technology Fund.
GigIndia: In a pre-Series A funding round, B2B gig marketplace GigIndia has secured $1 million from two angel investors— Avaana Capital Founder Anjali Bansal, and Vineet Patni, former president of Bajaj Allianz.
Qzense: Agriculture technology startup Qzense has secured $610,000 in a seed funding round led by incubator and accelerator Venture Catalysts.
MyClassboard: In pre-Series A funding round, end-to-end school management software provider MyClassboard has raised $600,000 from ICICI Bank.
NCOME: In a funding round led by Venture Catalysts, 9Unicorns, PointOne Capital and LetsVenture, Escrow-as-a-Service platform NCOME raised $500,000.
Aqgromalin: Agriculture technology startup Aqgromalin secured $270,000 in funding from angel investors participating from the Middle East.
Krayonnz: As part of a pre-seed funding round led by GSF Accelerator, peer to peer collaborative learning edtech startup Krayonnz raised $130,000.
Undisclosed deals this week
Financials details of funding raised by Metvy, Oneiric Gaming and PadCare Labs remained undisclosed.