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Simranpreet Singh Oberoi

Simranpreet Oberoi is co-leader of the Punjab Education Collective. He also leads Sanjhi Sikhiya, a collective movement of young professionals committed to making Punjab a land of possibilities. Since 2019, he has been running an intensive two-year leadership programme called Punjab Youth Leaders Program, which places bright young people into schools in rural Punjab to strengthen both teaching-learning practices and local governance of government primary schools. Previously, he led the Shoshit Samadhan Kendra residential school in Bihar, catering for children from the marginalised Musahar community.

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Punjab Education Collective
Non-profit Social Enterprise
Areas of Impact
Europe, South Asia

Punjab Education Collective

The Punjab Education Collective exists to transform the public education system of the state of Punjab, India, and improve its educational standards against global benchmarks. It does this by identifying challenges faced by stakeholders on the ground and then co-creating solutions to improve the educational experience.

It is a collective of four organizations in the education space working together to impact 2.3 million students across 19,000 government schools in Punjab. Its co-created programmes involve parents, teachers, school and district administrators, NGOs, the private sector and young people themselves. These programmes aim to design solutions that leverage open technology to work at scale.


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