Edtech Entrepreneurship Startups in India; Paving the Way to Upskilling Case Bank

Prof. Dr. Poorva Ranjan and Ms. Priyanshi Jain


Paperback and e–book




121 pages


Rs. 1000/- ($80)


About The Editors

Dr Poorva Ranjan, is a professor and head of DME Management School. She is a PhD in Retail Marketing Management and MBA in International Business Management from Devi Ahilya Vishwavidyalaya, Indore [DAVV]. She is also a certified POSH (Prevention of Sexual Harrasment) trainer. She works closely with students for skill enhancement purposes in various areas like Digital Marketing, Microsoft 365 Tools, Entrepreneurship Development, Cyber Security and Google Tools, to name a few. A Google certified digital marketer, she specialises in Social Media Marketing and Content Development. Her areas of work/ teaching and research are Digital Marketing, Entrepreneurship Development, Mentoring, Retail Management and Skill-building.

Ms. Priyanshi Jain, is currently working as an Assistant Professor in the School of Management, DME, under Guru Gobind Singh Indraprastha University. She earned her bachelor's degree (B. Com. Hons.) and master's degree (M. Com) from the University of Delhi and qualified for the NTA NET in Commerce. With a keen interest in teaching and research, she has been a part of Teach for India and various research projects. She has also cleared various NCFM modules. Ms. Jain has been selected as a Leader of Tomorrow and had the opportunity to be a part of the St. Gallen Symposium, Switzerland. Her key areas of research and academic interest include Finance, International Business and Entrepreneurship. She believes in the overall development of students, providing them with guidance and motivating them to excel in all aspects of life.

About The Book

In India the widespread affordability of mobile devices and internet is what's fueling the edtech sector's continuous expansion. Additionally, it will stimulate the creation of brand- new, ground-breaking edtech solutions created especially to address the requirements of rural areas. The government's increased attention to the edtech sector has improved the business climate for edtech firms. This will promote the industry's expansion and advancement. It is actively supporting online learning and the usage of digital educational resources by making investments in edtech businesses and releasing policy. This book is a collection of some notable edtech start-ups who have revolutionized education in India.