Talent Challenges

While there is no official estimate of the number of teachers India will require by 2020, a rough estimate by the IIT’s pegs the country’s need at around 4.2 million lecturers to teach 42 million students at the higher educational level. The country is currently facing acute shortage of faculty at the higher education level. There exists a huge demand supply gap, and the sector is currently reeling under a huge talent crisis.

Our Perspective

We are closely following the sector and are tuned into the challenges as well as the dynamics of operating in this sector. Given the sharp gap in demand supply ratio, institutes are gradually coming forward and seeking consultants to recruit/retain the best talent.We specialize across all the disciplines including but not limited to:

Representative Searches

  • Chief Executive Officer, a Leading Indian Airhostess Training Institute
  • Chief Administration Officer, Leading MBA Institute
  • Financial Controller, Leading Publisher and Information Provider
  • Director - Marketing, a Leading IT Training Institute
  • Associate Director, Leading Internationally Top-Ranked B School
  • Dean (FET), a Deemed University
  • Disciplinary Board/ Quality Review Board, One of the Education Statutory Body
  • Dy Director Programme, a Leading Education Institute
  • Vice Chancellor, a Deemed University
  • Assistant Vice President - Marketing, a Leading Global Learning Solutions Company
  • Head - National Network Group, a Leading IT Training Institute
  • Head - Corporate Development, Leading Education Consultancy
  • Head - Sales (Bangalore), a Leading e-Learning Content and Solutions Provider
  • Legal Counsel, Leading Publisher and Information Provider
  • Curriculum Manager, Leading Education Consultancy
  • Professor, a Leading Indian MBA Institute