Kolkata, 29th December 2023: In continuance with its journey of providing a holistic educational environment to students of various disciplines, Techno India Group, Eastern India’s largest education providerhas started a series of innovative talk shows, named Unwind-Boi Kotha Kow. The concept of Unwind is somewhat similar to The Human Library. The third episode of Unwind, hosted today at Topcat CCU,featuredSmt Arundhati Bhattacharya, Retired Indian Banker, Former Chairperson, The State Bank Of India, Chairperson & CEO, Salesforce India, who isinstrumental in introducing many path-breaking strategies during her tenure in the banking sector. She was in conversation with Prof Manoshi Roychowdhury, Co-Chairperson, Techno India Group and spoke on banking, women empowerment and interesting anecdotes from her personal experiences.
Unwindis a monthly talk show with a difference. Each episode features a specialist who answers questions from the moderator and the students present. Unwind provides a chance to students and budding professionals to meet and interact with veterans and specialists of their future professions and learn from them first-hand.
“We are honoured to have Smt. Arundhati Bhattacharya with us today, as our third guest on Unwind- Boi Kotha Kow, sharing her rich and varied experiences. At Techno India Group, we constantly endeavor to provide our students with the best of resources to enable a rich learning experience. Thus, we have started this interactive initiative where their young minds can learn from the masters in different fields over thought provoking sessions”, said ProfManoshiRoychowdhury, Co-Chairperson, Techno India Group.
Unwind – Boi Kotha Kow, has had eminent guests prior to this like Dr Pradeep Vyas, IFS (Retd) & Ms Rangina Hamidi, Professor Of Practice, Thunderbird School of Global Management Former Minister Of Education, Islamic Republic of Afghanisthan. The coming months will see renowned personalities from diverse fields participating in this initiative.
The Human Library is an organization that started a movement in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 2000. It aims to address people’s prejudices by helping them to talk to those they would not normally meet. The organisation uses a library analogy of lending people rather than books.