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Navneet Anhal promoted as CEO of Zee Learn

24-April-2013
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Navneet Anhal promoted as CEO of Zee Learn

Zee Learn has elevated Navneet Anhal to Chief Executive Officer. Prior to this, he was Chief Operating Officer at Zee Learn. Anhal had joined Zee Learn in 2008 and has worked across various functions in the organisation. He was appointed as COO in July 2012.

The leadership team at Zee Learn has been further strengthened with the appointment of Pradeep Pillai as Chief Operating Officer. Pillai was earlier Business Head for K12 unit at Zee Learn, which includes Kidzee preschools and Mount Litera Zee Schools.

Expressing his views on the new appointments, Aman Pal Singh, Head – HR, Zee Learn said, “The demand for quality education is an important social reality today, and Zee Learn is well poised to cater to this growing aspiration. We are confident that the new leadership team will drive the organisation to set new benchmarks in education in India.”

On being promoted as CEO of Zee Learn, Anhal said, “At Zee Learn, we are focussed on improving human capital. We are optimistic about the future opportunities in the education sector in India and gearing up to meet expectations of all stakeholders associated with the sector.”

Zee Learn is the educational arm of Essel Group.

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