Tell us about EdCosmo, what made you start it?
I am a doctor by profession and have spent a major part of my life in caring for ailing humanity. Along the way, almost eight years ago, to be precise, it dawned upon me that the one thing our people need most is quality education. This prompted me to start my journey of creating awareness amongst children and their parents to go for quality education from reputed institutions in India and abroad. With time this belief has only got stronger. We believe in encouraging children to aspire, dream and work passionately towards getting quality education wherever it takes them, be in India or abroad. We want to be the instrument of their pious journey on this path. With that vision, we decided to create an environment that could comprehensively equip our innately precociously talented children to compete and get admitted to the best universities in the world. EdCosmo was born out of this belief and vision. The journey continues.
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