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Teaching the taught, GlobalGyan makes graduates relevant for companies

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Former Tata group executives design training programmes to impart necessary skillsets to freshers.

The huge number of graduates in India would make for a rich resource base, but Linkedin research shows over 80 percent of engineering graduates are not only unemployed but unemployable as they lack the right skillsets.

The real challenge, thus, is to make graduates employable.

As Chief Strategy Officer at Tata Communications, Srinivas Addepalli realised that the management education market was lacking when it came to meeting corporate requirements.

Srinivas set up the GlobalGyan Academy of Management Education (GlobalGyan, or GAME), a management capabilities enhancement firm, to help companies bridge their managerial talent gaps.

Working on a B2B model, GlobalGyan partners with companies in various sectors, be it IT, or telecom, and builds tailor-made courses for freshers to help them gain the required managerial skills. The team claims their clients include a few Tata group companies, Godrej and Bajaj Finance.

Resigning from the Tata group, Srinivas explored opportunities in the management education space. He started with a freelance consulting model, designing and delivering workshops on........

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