Dr. Sandip N. Jha, Chairman
There’s a huge gap between industry and academia. Industries have their own mindset and they often complain that graduates are not industry-ready. One of the biggest reasons for this disconnect is that both these pillars of society lack professional interaction. Dr. Sandip N. Jha (Chairman, Sandip Foundation) initiates to break the tradition for the betterment of both academia and industry. He has taken the responsibility to mould youngsters not only into millennium leaders in Technological & Scientific fields but also to nurture and strengthen Skill development and humane nature in them. Being true to his vision of building ‘India 2020’, Sandip Foundation (SF) is rendering selfless & dedicated services to higher education in the field of Engineering, Science, Arts, Management Studies, Polytechnic and Pharmacy. Since 12 years of inception, Sandip Foundation has emerged as one of the most preferred education centers in Maharashtra. SF achieves 100 percent placement in MBA and over 60 percent in Engineering.
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By: Anil Mammen, Chief - Learning Design & Social Impact, Tata ClassEdge
You have three hours to complete this test. You will not talk to each other, copy from each other, or refer to any material.’
By: Pratik Gandhi, Founder & CEO, EDULAB
The greatest land to learn in: India. More than 40 percent of Fortune 500 companies were founded by immigrants or children of immigrants.
By: Narendra Shyamsukha, Founder & Chairman, ICA Edu Skills
With a median age of 29, India is set to be the youngest nation in the world by 2020. And by 2025, it is estimated that 70 percent of Indians will be in the working age group.
By: Dr. Kamal Bansal, Dean, College of Engineering Studies, UPES
Sustainable engineering can be considered as engineering to meet the needs of the current generation without compromising on the needs of the future generation.
By: Nandita Abraham, CEO, Pearl Academy
Considering that most human experiences are repetitive, travel opens up the mind in unexpected ways.
By: Swapnil Kamat, Founder & CEO, Work Better Training
An employee’s motivation to learn, grow and work is heavily influenced by their environment.
By: Abhishek Patil, Founder & CEO, Oliveboard
Go to any tier-II city in India and you will find that government jobs have always been the ultimate goal among the growing middle class sector.
By: Suresh Mony, Director, NMIMS-Bangalore
The rise of the MBA phenomenon and the apparent decline in fortunes in recent years is a classic case of the golden egg syndrome.
By: Sandy Hooda, Co-Founder, Vega School
Leading neuro scientists state ‘how schools teach is the opposite of how & why we learn’. While this may come across as a provocative statement, it is largely true.
By: Suresh Rangarajan, Founder & CEO, CoLife
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CEOInsights Leaders Book-2017
Education is the soul of any society. Currently, Indian education sector is pegged at $30 billion, and is expected to touch $40 billion by 2017. In recent years, Indian education industry has witnessed a tremendous surge with the shift of attentiveness from public to private sector. Traditionally, our education system has constantly acknowledged formulas over concepts and theories over practice; however, today’s notion of education is witnessing an alteration at a slow and steady pace. Several out-of-the box intellectuals in this industry are revolutionizing the structure by eradicating the biggest hindrance of below par education at the grassroots. These leaders are enhancing the pre-schooling experience too by indulging action-learning programs, recreational activities and many others in order to bring out every child’s uniqueness.
It is said that, ‘succession planning and leadership development are natural allies because they share a vital and fundamental goal - getting the right skills in the right place’. In today’s competitive world, our education leaders are shaping well rounded professionals through their immense wisdom and knowledge. By implementing the finest ideas, these leaders have inculcated extensive and well-chalked out programs for students that pronounce a comprehensive and pragmatic approach to value education in India. Further, amalgamation between universities & industries, and indulging private sector for research & training are the major drivers that have been initiated by various education leaders of our nation, which in turn is bridging the gap between the education and corporates.
With the intention to put the spotlight on the top-notch leaders in Indian Education Industry who have transformed the sphere extensively, CEO Insights has come up with CEO Insights Leaders Book-2017 with the mission to provide detailed information and empower you to grasp their absolute potential for personal research and future prospects. We rely on our meticulous research by an experienced panel of educationalists, HRs from prestigious companies and CEO Insights Editorial Board. This archive aims to not only highlight individuals striving to improve the Education sector, but also serves as a guide with resourceful insights about education leadership and assist in creating many more leaders.
|Sunny Shah,Head Collabera TACT
|Being a significant part of one of the biggest staffing firms based out of U.S. sounds like an achievement for the lifetime for most of us.
|Anjani Kumar Agarwal,Director
|Leadership is not a state of mind, but a journey which has only the beginning.
|Kunal Nehruji,Executive Director
|GEMS B School
|A study conducted by ASSOCHAM states that out of thousands of management graduates from 5,500 Indian B Schools, only seven percent of them are employable.
|Pritam Kumar Agarwal,Founder
|Hello Kids Education Group
|From the foundations of one preschool in Bangalore, Hello Kids is now one of the largest chains of preschools in India, bringing in a new wave in the preprimary education sector and now venturing into K-12 segment schools, and currently running three schools.
|Nealesh Dalal,Managing Trustee
|JD Educational Trust
|The institute is prominent in the field of Fashion Design, Interior Design, Fashion Communication and Jewellery Design, among several others, and stands as a shining beacon of quality education in Art & Design.
|Dr. Manjula Pooja Shroff,MD & CEO
|Shikha, a young parent is mulling over these statistics while on her way to pick her five year old son from his preschool and wonders if her young one is happy and comfortable there.
|Sonica Malhotra,Joint Managing Director
|If you manage things well, you are a good entrepreneur. But if you make sure that each and every person in the organization grows with you, you are an exceptional leader.
|Monica Malhotra Kandhari,Managing Director
|Someone anonymously said, "Dad, your guiding hand on my shoulder will remain with me forever"
|Ashutosh Khurana,Co-Founder & Director
|He inspired generations to view education as not a mechanism to acquire marks and report card, but something that should be undertaken to develop our mental ability make us grow personally and professionally.
|Amit Tiwari ,Founder & CEO
|As burgeoning educational institutions fail to produce employable candidates, need of the hour has been leaders who have a vision of connecting academia with industries.
|Orix Corporate Fleet Management
|Prajodh Rajan was aware of the huge transition he was undertaking when he decided to switch over from Orix Corporate Fleet Management to the education sector.
|Dr. Arya Patnaik,Secretary
|Rourkela Institute of Management Studies
|A leader fails when he's unable to take his team along and directs them to organisational goal.
|Dr. Sandip N. Jha,Chairman
|There's a huge gap between industry and academia. Industries have their own mindset and they often complain that graduates are not industry ready.
|Ambrish Kela,CEO & Managing Director
|Scientech Technologies Pvt
|While endeavoring with intricate mathematical formulas in your school days, have you ever thought where you are going to apply these in your future? If yes, you belong to a mass of Indian students.