Our Board Of Advisors
Mukesh is currently working as head of Unitus Seed Fund. He was the founder of Akeso Healthcare – a company recently acquired by Apollo Hospitals Group. Mukesh has served on the board of a couple start-ups and social impact organizations. Prior to starting Akeso Healthcare, Mukesh spent 17 years in the direct-to-home television business where he managed operations across North and South America, Japan and India. He has worked on large-scale operations and helped turn around bankrupt businesses.
Dr Shiva Sivasubramaniam
Dr Sivasubramaniam's is a Principal Lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. He has been actively has been involved in developing several postgraduate courses to suit the needs of international students without affecting the experience of home/EU students. He has also developed innovative teaching techniques to educate under- and post-graduate students in plagiarism deterrence. Dr Sivasubramaniam's pedagogic research interests are Student centred teaching,Peer-assisted learning & Plagiarism deterrence.
Purna Mukesh is a passionate educator with a teaching credential from California, USA. She has taught at Temple University, Japan, and in public schools in both California and New Jersey, USA. Purna has worked with Muktangan a Mumbai based NGO working on improving the quality of education in government schools and teacher training. Purna has been associated with Samruddhi, in educating children from the slums. Presently part of the team of KidsWhoKode which teaches coding skills to children from affordable private schools
Dr. Gururaj Karajagi
Dr. Gururaj Karajagi, a doctoral degree holder in Chemistry from Karnataka University, has published over 22 research papers in International journals. He has served as a member of several prestigious Educational and Governmental committees. He is a life Fellow of the Electrochemical Society of India. He is on the boards of Management of a few Medical Universities. Dr. Karajagi also served as a member of the State Resource Group (SRG) for the implementation of Total Quality Management (TQM) in the colleges of Karnataka. Dr. Karajagi is a well-known columnist who writes for a popular daily and has completed more than 1500 columns. His books entitled “Karunaalu Baa Belake” (Volumes 1 to 10) are immensely popular and have seen several editions. Through the Academy for Creative Teaching, Dr. Karajagi is instrumental in building over 86 schools of very high quality all over the world. He is also a member of the Karnataka Jnana Aayoga.