Category Archives: Interviews

ICT can democratize education: Mitsuyo Tamai

Mitsuyo Tamai is an educationist and the founder of KIWAMI, a unique venture towards educational development outside school. KIWAMI is on a mission to nurture leaders of tomorrow through one-of-its-kind teaching innovations. Holding an experience of more than 20 years, Tamai possesses core values of

‘In this VUCA world, entrepreneurship is not a cakewalk’

Praveen Parameswar is the chief executive officer of Kerala-based Thoughts Academy Pvt Ltd. He is on a mission to make Thoughts Academy as the most reliable, credible, and trusted company in the arena of ‘Organizational and Human Development’. In an interview with The Education Post

‘Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence win championships’

Srividya Kannan  is the  Founder and Director of Avaali Solutions Pvt Ltd,  a company that enables enterprises to drive and deliver business results by leveraging digital technologies. Avaali has core strengths in powering upper mid-to-large enterprises with solutions in the areas of Enterprise Information Management and

Acute shortage of quality living spaces for students: Viren Jain

In an interview with The Education Post, Viren Jain, founder, Student Acco, an online platform for student accommodation, tells about his startup and the growth possibilities of this sector Could you tell us about the beginning of Student acco. What prompted you to start this

‘Smriti Irani did a lot to maintain transparency in education’

In an interview with The Education Post, Arun Jagannathan, CEO of Crack Verbal, talks about management education, GMAT, and the new education policy of Narendra Modi government What’re the factors behind the increase in Executive MBA programs in India? More and more professionals are realizing

Provider, improve thyself

Study shows unlicensed health care practitioners in India improve with modest training by Peter Dizikes, MIT News Office CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In the developing world, a large portion of health care providers have no formal medical training. Now a new study of rural India, co-authored by