EducationWorld is India's – perhaps Asia's – first education-focused magazine. EW is a monthly launched on November 1, 1999.
EducationWorld is the only national magazine published from the Garden City of Bangalore and provides education news and coverage from all parts of the country through its nation-wide network of correspondents. The EW team is led by Dilip Thakore the founder-editor of Business India and BusinessWorld magazines. Summiya Yasmeen is co-founder and managing editor of
Board of Advisors.
EducationWorld has a star-studded Board of Advisors comprising some of the most well-known names in Indian industry. Among them: N.R.Narayana Murthy (promoter-Chairman & CEO of Infosys Technologies); Dr. F.C. Kohli (founder CEO of Tata Cosultancy Services); Adi Godrej (Chairman of the Godrej Group of Companies); Dr. Ramdas Pai (Chairman of the Manipal Foundation & President of the Manipal Academy for Higher Education (MAHE); Dr. Rajashekharan Pillai (Vice-Chairman UGC); Dr. Augustine Pinto (chairman of the Ryan International Group of Institutions); Mala Ramadorai (well-known Mumbai-based educationist); Prof. N.S. Ramaswamy (former director of IIM-Bangalore and founder of CARTMAN); Guilherme Vaz (director, IL&FS, Mumbai); H.V. Gowthama (a well-known chartered accountant); Shukla Bose (founder of Parkirma Humanity Foundation); Dr. Glenn Christo (vice-chancellor of the Martin Luther University, Meghalaya); Dr. R. Natarajan (former director of AICTE); Anu Monga (principal of Bangalore International School); Dr. V. Krishnamurti (former Maruti chief); Dr. A.K. Shiva Kumar (consultant to Unicef); Rajiv Desai (president of Comma); Ashish Rajpal (founder CEO of iDiscoveri); Dr. Parth Shah (president of Centre for Civil Society); Jeroninio Almeida (founder director iCongo); Robindra Subba (director of Himali Boarding School, Kurseong); Sanjeev Bolia (director Afairs, Kolkata); Adittya Mody and Dr. Viphandh Roengpithya (Bangkok).
"To build the pressure of public opinion to make education the No.1 item on the national agenda."