By this point I’d been in India for 4 days and therefore had adjusted to the time difference and my new surroundings (the heat and humidity on the other hand was something I would never become accustomed to).
Having already worked with one organisation, I knew what to expect, albeit not fully given that all 3 enterprises operated in different sectors.
Company number 2 were called Avanti Fellows. They are an exciting and innovative company, attracting International investment and mentorship, most notably from Harvard University. Indeed the organisation has had such an impact that one of their Co-Founders has been named in the Forbes 30 under 30 to watch.
In India there is a chasm between the super-rich and the very poor. The school system in India isn’t spectacular in terms of quality, yet exams to get into the best further education institutions are immensely difficult. For the wealthy…
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