Pinky Chandran

Pinky has over 12 years of experience spanning careers across international education, research, training & development and community services. As a keymember of the start-up team at IDP Education Australia in Bangalore, she was instrumental in establishing operations, building networks, creating brand value and identifying opportunities for partnerships. She was responsible for facilitating the Articulation Program between Christ College, Bangalore and Griffith University, Australia in 2003 and also coordinated the activities of the IDP Peace Scholarship in 2004. She received two awards from the IDP Global Network; for Outstanding Service to IDP for initiative, leadership and dedication above expectations.

Pinky joined the Jain Group of Institutions to head the Training & Development Division in 2005. A certified practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming from the National Federation of Neurolinguistic Psychology (NFNLP), USA, she has imparted learning to over 2500 individuals on leadership, team building, customer service, personal development, effective interviewing, etc.