EdTech startup Bada Business has entered into a series of partnerships with educational institutions across India to offer management and business skill training to students and make them more job-ready as they step into the industry. The initiative is aimed at improving employability of Indian students by bridging the industry-academia gap in education.
Bada Business is one of India’s fastest growing EdTech start-ups that offers a series of online business training courses ranging from 2 months to 2 years to students, entrepreneurs and wantrepreneurs. The startup works aggressively with small and micro enterprises to help them improve their business skills and strategies.
With lack of employability of Indian students being a prominent industry concern, Bada Business has launched this major initiative to support traditional pedagogy and bolster it with comprehensive and crisp business skill training programs.
“Lack of job-readiness among Indian students is a major concern flagged by industry time and again. Companies who hire talented freshers from different educational institutions have to invest heavily in time and money to train them and equip them for the industry needs. We believe this can be done at the educational level by building deeper industry academia ties and devising practical and skill oriented workshops and lessons for students. At Bada Business, we specialise in offering business skill training not only through specialised content but also through our ‘Partner Professors’ who are top industry leaders in their own domains. Our offerings include lectures by prominent business leaders that help students and entrepreneurs learn valuable industry lessons,” said Dr Vivek Bindra, Founder and CEO, Bada Business.