ABP Group appoints Yash Mehta as CEO of Ananda Publishers’ education arm

ABP Group has appointed Yash Mehta as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of the education division of Ananda Publishers. Operating from Delhi, Yash will assume responsibility for overseeing all educational entities within the ABP Group.

ABP Group appoints Yash Mehta as CEO of Ananda Publishers' education armPrior to joining the ABP Group, Yash served as the Executive Director at Oxford University Press (OUP), where he held this prominent position for five years. Before his tenure at OUP, Yash was the country lead at Macmillan Education India, where he played a pivotal role in steering Macmillan’s educational business across India and neighboring markets, including Sri Lanka, Bhutan, the Middle East, Nepal, and Bangladesh. Yash’s career is a testament to his extensive experience and leadership in the education industry.

On the appointment of Yash Mehta, Dhruba Mukherjee, Director of Ananda Publishers, expressed, “We were looking for an individual with a rich and diverse industry experience, having a vision for the future and a passion to win. Yash brings on the table all this and more. He leads from the front and under his leadership we expect our education businesses to grow in scale, size and impact.”

Yash Mehta stated, “I am greatly looking forward to this important next chapter. This is a critical time for the publishing industry, where the needs are changing at an unprecedented pace. The release of the NEP 2020 and the NCF 2023 coupled with emerging technologies and changing demands in education present new challenges and opportunities that require us to adapt and evolve. Keeping up with the increasingly dynamic needs of education will require decisiveness in planning and implementing strategic initiatives. This platform will provide me an opportunity to realize my potential in delivering educational solutions for an enduring positive impact on society. I will work towards the growth and success of the group and the satisfaction of all the stakeholders.”

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