July 14, 2024
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#25: Democratisation of Access to Information

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“Human Triumph is defined by empathy and relationships.”

Meet Saurabh Nanda, a computer engineer turned educator. He found that his computer engineer career was not fulfilling and did not make him happy. So he quit and ventured to solve this problem — bad career choices. Since, 2012, he has donned multiple hats in the Indian and International education sectors. He started as a counsellor, also started training students, also started consulting test-prep companies to make better pedagogical products, became an educational psychologist, started making products for that, conducted many corporate training events, became a sought after career consultant for schools and colleges. After the lockdown, he also became a podcaster.

He has lived all over India, Denmark and Japan.

He is the founder of Such Conversations Matter and has appeared in all the episodes as a host.

Know more about him: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nandasaurabh/
https://linktr.ee/snanda

Listen to an excerpt from the conversation here:

You can watch the video below.

Authors

  • Saurabh Nanda

    Saurabh Nanda is an Educator, a Career Consultant, and an International Youth Mentor. He is an ardent supporter of the Sustainable Developmemnt Goals (SDGs). He is associated with hundreds of schools and institutions across India, the Middle-East, Japan, Denmark and other countries. He is the official mentor for colleges in Delhi University, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Jalandhar, Punjab Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Jalandhar. He is the official youth and start-up mentor for global organisations such as Youth and United Nations Global Alliance (YUNGA), Japan, Purpose in Motion (PIM), Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) and many others. He gets his mentees to do research projects on all SDGs. He is the recipient of the national level Josh Education Awards for “Best Initiative for Mental Health Awareness” by the Dainik Jagran group.

  • Anurag Bhandari

    Meet Anurag Bhandari, a technology architect who has led teams for companies like Accenture and Sapient. He also co-founded a start-up in the US which helped provide college graduates with industry-level tech skills. He is working on many projects but the one close to his heart is creating a platform for involving young professionals to contribute to use Tech for Good.

  • Amandeep Rajgotra

    Meet the lawyer turned educator and legal activist Amandeep Rajgotra, who is a published author of books on Legal Reasoning. He loves the mountains and reading legal Acts. A passionate advocate of human rights, equality, and nature conservation, Amandeep has been involved in some social impact projects and is currently working on a community model for creating impact by allowing professionals to contribute their talents on a pro-bono basis to make socially relevant projects become real.

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