With start-ups springing across several sectors in India, it is natural for the toppers of the highly renowned institution of the country to aim for their own start-ups. The recent graduates of IIM-Bangalore had some interesting ideas at the convocation ceremony.
Pratik Anand (25), not only became an academic tutor at IIM and taught Analytics to over 100 students but also came first in his batch while completing PG programme in management. He now wishes to launch a start-up in health-tech or edu-tech domain in future. He wants to do so in order to improve the quality of primary education using technology.
Richa Valechha (27), who became the first rank holder in the PG Programme in Public Policy and Management (PGPPM), wishes to improve the condition of sports in India. Being a national-level tennis player, she wants to incorporate data analytics in the sports arena.
Sunil Kumar Vaya (45), the gold medalist for best all-around performance in the PG Programme in Enterprise Management (PGPEM), dreams of doing Ph.D. someday and contribute to education sector through his skills.