Our Student Success Stories: Raghav Beriwala

In 2014, Raghav, our student, went to Aston University where he did a Master’s in International Business. After working for two years in his family business, the master’s degree enabled him to launch Shyam Future Tech, the IT arm of Shyam Steel Industries Ltd in 2017. Today, Shyam Future Tech serves over 580 clients across more than 22 countries, and has worked on over 1,000 projects.

We are happy assisting our students in making the right educational decisions and successfully progressing in their career paths.

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Our Student Success Stories: Udita Chakrabarti, queer activist, feminist and former lawyer with an active interest in humanitarian causes

When Udita first contacted us in 2014, she had already finished a BA LLB from Calcutta University and was working as a lawyer for two years. Considering her interests and career plans, especially her wish to work in the field of human rights, we decided that a master’s in International Relations at the University of Surrey would be the best choice for her. After finishing her studies she first became an author for Feminism in India before joining Partners for Law in Development as Communications and Knowledge Officer. PLD is a legal resource group pursuing the realisation of social justice and equality for women. The NGO works in contexts of marginalisation shaped by gender, sexuality, caste, culture and poverty, to take into account the intersecting systems of oppression that diminish recognition and access to rights.


Being global citizens, we believe, means that one should try to make our world a better place. That’s why it is encouraging to see our former students not only being committed to their careers, but working for the greater good.

Student Success Stories: Hitesh Tekchandani aka The Salsawala

When Hitesh Tekchandani aka the Salsawala came to our office in 2009, no one could think that this will be the start of such a success story. It was a rather unusual wish which was uttered: he wanted to follow his heart to study dance in the UK. It was not easy convincing his family, as after a degree in BCom he was expected to build a career in business. With his determination he broke all conformity and decided to indulge in his passion by pursuing a degree in dance.

With support of his mother he realised his dreams, studied a BA in Dance at the University of Surrey, UK, and returned to Kolkata to share his fascination with others. Hitesh successfully established a Salsa dance school and his study of site-specific choreography helped him conceptualize ‘Salsa by the Lakes’ where he has weekly classes free for all to join.

We at Globe Ed are happy to see our students successful!

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