He has more than 20 years of experience in developing strategies and their execution at the cutting edge levels in the top of the line organizations as an IAS allied person working with CISF, ISRO, Airports and NIFT.
He has turned around NIFT, Kannur campus within three years with 95 % placement success and 30% profitability.
He has got 2 DG discs and 4 honoraria of DG - NIFT and also a Certificate of Honour from US Air Force. He says " I look forward to bring my thinking and execution skills and experience to deliver deep value to Truth School. It will be an exciting journey."
His aim is to inspire a belief in the people around him toward the importance of innovation and storytelling as important career paths. He is taking the idea of setting up a 100% employability giving Storytelling Institute in India forward and continues to change the way people think about learning and learning.
Deepti Pant: Chief Mentor : Strategic Innovation Consultant and Storyteller
She has taught innovation and storytelling at MICA, NIFT, Infosys, SHRM CEO meet – 2014, MIT and consulted Samsung, GSK , BMGF and LG.
She has been a professor of Innovation and Manager - New Initiatives at MICA for 8 years and has led Communication School and Design School at IMS and Pearl Academy. She has, with her team, given 98% placement to the students of her programs and colleges she has led.
She is a member of Harvard Square group of Harvard School of Business Management.
She is trained in Kathak and Dastangoi - Urdu storytelling and is an alumni of FTII + NID.She has been a corporate leadership trainer, educator and consultant in Innovation and storytelling for last two decades.And has done storytelling performances in Chandigarh, Jaipur and Kumaon literature festival performances and many such events.
In past, she, with her team, has trained over 5500 children, 123 Corporates, 28 NGOs and story goes on.
Prof. M. M. Pant : Former Pro-Vice-Chancellor of IGNOU
He has been keenly interested in using the visual medium to communicate for educational purposes. While at IIT Kanpur, as a Faculty member in the Physics Department, he collaborated with the TV Centre to script and produce a film titled “ ATOMS”, which won the International Cup of Rome award for being the best educational film for the year 1974.
During his stay at IGNOU, of which he went on to become the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, he worked actively in the production of educational content. The School of Computer Science, which he was heading, produced the first entirely animated video on ‘ Computer Virus'. He was actively involved in 2-way video-conferencing using the EDUSAT system for both IGNOU and AIMA.
Prof. M.M.Pant has also been associated with the Consortium for Educational Communication, a UGC supported Inter-University Centre where he helped design initiatives in the creation of short learning objects and development of courses on script writing for educational content. He has been a member of several juries for selecting educational videos for awards.