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Meet The 20 Startups Shortlisted For Class 4 Of Google’s Accelerator Programme

Meet The 20 Startups Shortlisted For Class 4 Of Google’s Accelerator Programme

This year, the tech giant shortlisted 20 Indian startups after screening 600 applicants

The latest batch comprises startups from diverse areas

Since 2015, GFS Accelerator has mentored over 600 startups and accelerated over 60, which have collectively gone on to raise over $700 Mn in funding

Google India, on Tuesday (September 22), released the list of startups for the fourth batch of Google for Startups Accelerator India programme. This year, the tech giant shortlisted 20 Indian startups after screening 600 applicants that will receive three months mentorship and support from its network of internal and external mentors.

The ongoing support ranges from access to Google teams, tech guidance on projects, machine learning related support, UX and design mentorship, leadership workshops, networking opportunities at industry engagements, PR support and more.

In a blog, Google said that the current batch comprises startups across key areas such as education, retail, mental health and wellness, healthtech, fintech and agritech and more.

The 20 Indian startups selected to be a part of the programme include Antwak, BharatAri, BlackLight Games, Decoder,,, Gram Powder, InnerHour, Leher, Lokal, Math Buddy, Mera Cashier, Mosaic Wellness, myHQ, Navia Life Care, Orowealth, Virohan, Wellthy Therapeutics, Womaniya, and Zeo Auto.


  1.   Antwak

Founders: Joybroto Ganguly

Founded in:2019 

Sector: Edtech

AntWak provides a video platform for elearning service.

  1.   BharatAgri

Founder: Sai Gole and Siddharth Dialani

Founded in: 2017 

Sector:  Agritech

BharatAgri provides end-to-end decision making support for farmers. 

  1.   BlackLight Games

Founders:  Shruti Sarraf

Founded in: 2011 

Sector: Gaming

This startup offers multiplayer classic games on mobile platforms.

  1.   Dcoder

Founders:  Ankush Chugh

Founded in: 2019 

Sector: Deeptech

Dcoder is a mobile-first coding platform that lets anyone code from their smartphones in 35 programming languages. 


Founders:  Aravind Murthy

Founded in:2018 

Sector: Deeptech

The startup focuses on marketing analytics for SMBs/enterprises with a search driven AI powered product.


Founders: Nikhil Gilani

Founded in: 2018

Sector: Ecommerce

An ecommerce platform for products related to beauty and grooming.

  1.   Gram Power

Founders: Yashraj Khaitan and Jacob Dickinson 

Founded in: 2010

Sector: Energy

This platform is an energy technology company that has developed and patented the industry’s lowest cost smart electricity metering system.

  1.   InnerHour

Founders:  Amit Malik and Shefali Batra

Founded in: 2016

Sector: Health

A tech-enabled mental health platform that supports people with their psychological needs.

  1. Leher

Founders: Vikas Malpani 

Founded in: 2018

Sector: Social media

A social networking application around live video discussions.

  1. Lokal

Founders: Jani Pasha and Vipul Chaudhary

Founded in: 2018

Sector: Hyperlocal news platform

This platform provides local news Indian news in regional languages like Telugu & Tamil.

  1. Math Buddy

Founders: Kanan Bharadwaj

Founded in: 2009

Sector: Edtech

This startup provides products to help students learn Math with experiential learning.

  1. Mera Cashier

Founders: Akhilesh Kumar, Gaurav  Tomar, Sucharita Reddy, Suneel Kumar

Founded in:2019 

Sector: Fintech

This app aims to digitise manual entries in registers.

  1. Mosaic Wellness

Founders: Dhyanesh Shah, Revant Bhate

Founded in: 2019

Sector: Wellness

This startup offers consumer grooming brands.

  1. myHQ

Founders: Utkarsh Kawatra and Vinayak Agarawal

Founded in: 2016

Sector: Workspace rental

This startup provides hyperlocal and flexible workspace solutions so that businesses and individuals.

  1. Navia Life Care

Founders: Kunal Kishore Dhawan and Shourjo Banerjee 

Founded in:  2015

Sector: Healthcare

This is a digital platform for patients and providers to improve patient care, experience.

  1. Orowealth

Founders: Nitin Agrawal, Swati Aggarwal, Vijay Koppa, Yogesh Powar 

Founded in:2017 

Sector: Fintech

A startup that focuses on wealth management through its developer friendly APIs as well as offering full-scale solutions.

  1. Virohan

Founders: Archit Jayasal, Kunal Dudeja, Nalin Saluja

Founded in: 2018

Sector: Edutech

The aim of this platform is to predict job demand and build out the curriculum needed and deliver standardised training.

  1. Wellthy Therapeutics

Founders: Abhishek Shah, Aradh Pillai, Maaz Shaikh, Prayat Shah

Founded in: 2015

Sector:  Healthtech

A digital medicine platform that claims to help users manage diabetes, chronic kidney disease (CKD) and other such chronic conditions.

  1. Womaniya

Founders: Avneesh Kumar, Kanak Waikar, Lakhan Suchdev, Siddharth Kothari

Founded in:  2018

Sector: Healthtech

This app is said to be a platform for Indian women to connect and talk about pregnancy and other daily issues with support for Hindi language


   Founders: Kshitij Dixit, Nimit Mehra, Ritesh Singh

    Founded in: 2019

     Sector: Mobility

   The platform aims to provide shortest routes for individual drivers, courier companies and independent businesses.

Since 2015, GFS Accelerator has mentored more than 600 startups and accelerated over 60, which have collectively gone on to raise over $700 Mn in funding, the company said in a blog.