The News Scroll 04 May 2017  Last Updated at 3:51 pm

Public Affairs Forum appoints new office bearers

Public Affairs Forum appoints new office bearers
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New Delhi, May 4 The Public Affairs Forum of India (PAFI) today announced the appointment of Harish Krishnan as the president for 2017-18.

Krishnan, who is the managing director of Public Affairs and Strategic Engagements Cisco India and SAARC has taken over as the new president from Rahul Sharma, President, Rediffusion Communications, upon completion of his term.

Besides, KC Ravi, Syngenta India Vice President - Commercial Acceptance and Public Policy, South Asia, has taken over as the new vice president of PAFI.

PAFI is a not-for-profit society, comprising of organisations working in the field of Public and Corporate Affairs.

It has also appointed Raman Sidhu, Chairman, EBG Federation, India (erstwhile European Business Group) as the new secretary of the organisation, and Ishteyaque Amjad, Vice President, Corporate Affairs, Coca-Cola India Pvt Ltd, as the new treasurer.

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Byju's The Learning App now a Harvard case study *'Byju's The Learning App' is now a Harvard case study focusing on how the brand is changing the way children learn across grades.

Titled as Byju's The Learning App, this case study will be available for teaching purposes within and outside Harvard.

Authored by John Jong-Hyun Kim, a senior lecturer at Harvard Business School, and Rachna Tahilyani, Associate Director, Harvard Business School India Research Center, the case studies the growth of the app, its impact on students and how this K-12 app can be used by students globally.

"It is very humbling to have our brand story as a Harvard Business School case study. This further encourages us to innovate and build learning programs to revolutionise education and create a whole new segment of self-paced learners globally," said Byju Raveendran, Founder and CEO, Byju's The Learning App.

Byju's learning app has 8 million downloads and 400,000 annual paid subscribers.

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