• Pushkaraj Kaulgud,    Global Director- EESS CoE, Tata Technologies

    Pushkaraj Kaulgud, Global Director- EESS CoE, Tata Technologies

  • India is historically well known for its efficient and intelligent workforce. It is no rocket science that global companies find it cheaper to hire from India, inducing a constantly flaring demand for Indian talents in the international business landscape. But in addition to the global demand, now India’s ambitious vision to become a manufacturing superpower has sky-rocketed the talent demand. According to ManGroup’s report of Talent Shortage 2020, 63 percent of companies in India report a shortage of talented employees, mainly in IT, engineering services, and Sales. The considerable success of the union government’s Make in India initiative has also been a tailwind to the talent demand in the manufacturing sector to grow exponentially over the years. Tata Technologies has been at the forefront of filling this gap through various initiatives across the country. CEO Insights engages in an exclusive interaction with Pushkaraj Kaulgud, Global Director- EESS CoE (Electrical Electronics and Software System Center of Excellence), Tata Technologies, to explore the latest skill development endeavors of the company.

  • Tata Technologies Is Setting Up A New Skill Development Culture

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Top 10 Leaders in E-Learning Startups - 2022

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  • Top 10 Leaders in E-Learning Startups - 2022

    The new media holds out the possibility of on-demand access to the content at any given time or on any digital platform but this turns challenging for both administration and the students. Digital media today is the blend between the classical and conventional way of learning like books and notebooks and digital software like eBooks and pdfs.

    Online education is the growing face of the education system in India. Since the New Education Policy (NEP) came in 2020, many changes have been made in the education system that included online education as well but with a new set of rules comes many drawbacks.

    The education sector in India has grown tremendously over the years, and e-Learning has shown a great potential in boosting its growth providing students the facility of learning at their own pace, with added flexibility of time & place. It is basically a dynamic evolution of distance learning, and with digitalization firming its roots, it keeps evolving with strong back up of modern technology education tools. According to IMARC Group, where the India e-learning market size had reached $5.6 billion in 2021, and is expected to scale further to reach $12.5 billion by 2027, exhibiting a CAGR of 13.9 percent.

     Factors primarily driving the India e-learning market are the increasing penetration of internet communication technologies, coupled with the extensive utilization of online training programs in the corporate sector, and academia to redefining their skills & knowledge. Also, likely, where the COVID-19 pandemic disrupted several businesses and industries worldwide, it wasn't the same for e-Learning. Driven by the rising needs for distance and online learning due to preventive lockdown of pandemic measures, the e-Learning space received a highly positive response as not only students sought the e-Learning service individually, but the whole academia and institution turned digital in terms of education online.

    In this issue of the CEO Insights magazine, a list of Top 10 Leaders in E-Learning Startups - 2022 is provided to the readers in corporate and different sectors, for informing on the excellent services by the Leaders in diverse domains. The listing is prepared by a team of industry veterans, CEOs and VCs, and the CEO Insights magazine editorial board.

Top 10 Leaders in E-Learning Startups - 2022

Company Logo Company Management Company Name Company Description
Unacademy Gaurav Munjal, Founder Unacademy His work revolves around problem solving, working on Machine Learning algorithms and helps to build products that will be used by millions of people
Tutorac Dr. Mallikarjun Goud Puppali, Founder & CEO Tutorac Seasoned expert in the fields of computer science & software development, and he has considerable experience teaching both professionals & business executives
Birla Brainiacs Nirvaan Birla, Director Birla Brainiacs As the Managing Director, he pushes and encourages everyone at Birla Brainiacs to go that extra mile and fulfil commitments with utmost dedication
Edcater Prakhar Vaish, Founder & CEO Edcater An experienced entrepreneur with a demonstrated history of working in the knowledge industry,he is highly skilled in business planning and product management
Edukart Ripul Agrawal, Head- Digital Edukart Skilled in strategy, business development and project management and he have strong interest in growth marketing and research driven content writing
 Testbook Sameer Dileep Nath, Director Testbook He is currently associated with four companies as a director, who is well experienced and innovative person
21CC Education Sanjay Tiwari, Founder and CEO 21CC Education An aspiring business professional who strives to create unique and innovative edtech solutions
Vidyartham Souvik Sarkar, Director Vidyartham He joined as a Director, after years of experience in Business Operations, strategy, BFSI, and so on, and has built the entire business operation of the firm from scratch
Vedantu Vamsi Krishna, CEO Vedantu An Edupreneur, Teacher and a Tech Enthusiast who is skilled in strategy, entrepreneurship and business strategy
EduBrisk Knowledge Solutions Vipin V. K, Vice President EduBrisk Knowledge Solutions He inspires and educate young students to learn code and develop realworld solutions for real-world challenges