Apart from the successful Bollywood actress stories do you not want to listen to the greatest stories of the most prominent industrialists who are running large companies with continuous commitment? Their passion and urge to bring change have led to lead higher positions in these big industries.
Not only cosmetics, clothing, and beauty are their call, but their work profile is extended even to handling tech-based industries.
It is the Edtech Industries amongst all that we will be exploring the list of these renowned ladies who are handling their power effectively to change and break this persistent iron gate.
Born and brought up in Delhi Miss Kirandeep Dham along with her Husband Mr. Ashish Dham established Globus Infocom Limited in the year 2001. Celebrating the excellence of almost 22 years this edtech company corroborated in a very divine manner by exploring & establishing the strongest learning solutions.
With the motive to make education accessible to all, her true determination has allowed the complete expansion of the company which has forayed into three more different verticals such as collaborative and conferencing, Security and Surveillance, and Institutional Furniture.
Smita Deborah of LEAD School
Deborah and Sumeet Mehta founded LEAD ten years ago with their own schools but later decided that working with existing schools would allow them to scale their model more effectively. More than a million kids are being served by the company's partnerships with roughly 3,500 cheap private schools located in about 400 cities across the US.
Aditi Avasthi of Embibe
Embibe's founder and CEO are Aditi Avasthi. Embibe, one of the first few well-liked EdTech, provides pupils with educational services. The use of individualized feedback, it assists students in establishing and raising their academic expectations. Embibe, an educational technology firm based in Mumbai, was established in 2012 with the goal of assisting students in their preparation for difficult competitive exams (MCCE) such as the JEE Main, JEE Advanced, BITSAT, and CET/AIPMT.
Divya Gokul Nath of BYJUS
Divya and her husband co-founded the online learning platform Byju's in 2011. The business initially provided in-person instruction to supplement classroom instruction before launching an online app with video sessions in 2015. As a teacher, Divya has made a strong foundation of the BYJUS making it the biggest unicorn in the EdTech Industry.
Tech-based industries are now shining with the work of the most talented and skillful women. Other than the EdTech industries Indian women CEOs and MDs are also taking shots at multiple leading global companies like Leena Nair CEO of Chanel, Roshni Nadar Chairperson of HCL, Aruna Jayanthi MD of Capgemini Canada, and Latin America, and many more.
The percentage of participation of women has been improved and continuously rising inspiring lots of other women to add value to society and make India proud.
“Let her light of growth remove the darkness”