Sandhydeep comes to Unacademy with 25 years of expertise in a variety of industries and regions.
Sandhydeep Purri has been appointed as the chief people officer of Unacademy, a learning platform. Sandhydeep is a seasoned HR professional with over 25 years of leadership experience in a variety of businesses and regions.
Sandhydeep provides a lot of experience to Unacademy as a seasoned HR professional with 25 years of experience in multiple regions including Asia Pacific, Europe, and North America markets. She has worked in a variety of industries, including manufacturing, media and entertainment, consulting, information technology, retail, and others.
Sandhydeep was the chief people officer of Sapphire Foods before joining Unacademy, where he oversaw HR initiatives for companies such as Pizza Hut and KFC.
She also worked with the Aditya Birla Group’s Retail Sector, which includes Aditya Birla Retail (now More Retail), Pantaloons Fashion Retail, and Madura Fashion & Garments, as well as shops and non-store facilities.
“I look forward to collaborating with the team at Unacademy and driving transformative business initiatives that will contribute to the company’s continued growth and success through the people charter,” said Sandhydeep.
“Sandhydeep’s extensive experience and expertise promise to amplify our mission and will be invaluable as we continue to expand our team and scale up as an organization. Her leadership will undoubtedly be pivotal in cultivating talent and championing a culture of innovation and progress at Unacademy,” said Gaurav Munjal, Co-founder and CEO, of Unacademy.
Online education is a sort of education in which teaching and learning take place online. It does not need the utilization of physical premises or the presence of interested parties. All that is necessary is a computer, laptop, mobile phone, or tablet, as well as an uninterrupted internet connection.
Students may save a large amount of time by not having to go to the school or premises. It also allows kids to study from anywhere and at any time. As a consequence, students have adequate time to complete tasks and participate in other activities while still meeting deadlines.
According to a recent research published in the International Journal of Educational Technology in greater Education, student participation in online education is greater than in conventional classroom settings. This is due to the digital platform’s capabilities that enable each child to communicate and cooperate with their peers and instructors.