In conversation with Mr. Amit Goyal, Head – India & S.E Asia edX

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December 2, 2019

In conversation with Mr. Amit Goyal, Head – India & S.E Asia edX – World’s largest learning platform by MIT & Harvard University talks about how emerging companies do not need to start CSR programs from the scratch, what drives him and his team towards continuous efforts in the direction contributing to the larger good, latest innovations programs, challenges while trying to maintain the competency of learners in the distance learning course and more.


About Mr. Amit Goyal –

Amit is currently heading edX for India & South East Asia. edX is the world’s largest non-profit E-Learning portal founded by MIT & Harvard University. Prior to edX, Amit used to head Education Solutions Business for Samsung India and has launched various education mobility products, the likes of what we see as Byjus App today. Amit holds a Master’s Degree from Oxford Brookes University-Oxford, and has led various executive roles in leading technology companies globally. He is a firm believer of frugal innovation and was also known as the man behind launching the worlds’ cheapest Tablet PC Aakash- ‘A project commissioned by Government of India’.


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