News Desk, News Nation 360 : Unwind-Boi Kotha Kow is a series of creative talk shows that Techno India Group, the largest education provider in Eastern India, has launched as part of its ongoing mission to offer students of diverse disciplines a holistic learning environment. The Human Library and Unwind share some conceptual similarities. Arundhati Bhattacharya, a retired Indian banker, former chair of the State Bank of India, and current chair and CEO of Salesforce India, was featured on the third episode of Unwind, hosted in Kolkata. During her time in the banking industry, she was instrumental in introducing numerous ground-breaking strategies. Prof. Manoshi Roychowdhury, Co-Chairperson of Techno India Group, had a conversation with her during which she discussed banking, women's empowerment, and fascinating anecdotes from her own life.
In Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2000, a movement was initiated by an organisation called The Human Library. A unique monthly talk show is called Unwind. A specialist responds to queries from the moderator and the in-person students in each episode. Facilitating conversations with people they might not otherwise encounter, seeks to dispel people's preconceptions. The organisation compares lending people to a library instead of lending books. Before this, Unwind - Boi Kotha Kow had distinguished guests like Rangina Hamidi, Professor of Practice at Thunderbird School of Global Management and Former Minister of Education for the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Dr Pradeep Vyas, IFS (Retd). This initiative will see well-known individuals from a variety of fields taking part in the upcoming months. Prof Manoshi Roychowdhury, Co-Chairperson, Techno India Group said that as their third guest on Unwind-Boi Kotha Kow, they are honoured to have Arundhati Bhattacharya joined on that day to share her vast and varied experiences. At Techno India Group, they work hard to give their students access to the best resources possible so they can have a fulfilling educational experience. They have therefore launched this interactive programme so that during thought-provoking sessions, their developing minds can pick up knowledge from experts in various fields.
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