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The road not taken nor taught

DNBAN34737 | 12/16/2010 | Author : Shruti Goutham | WC :849 | Education & Careers

Imagine Education
DNA 2nd Anniversary Special

Bangalore's education sector is attracting young people who are setting up their own<br>schools and doing things differently, finds Shruti Goutham

Learning from the West

Tristha Ramamurthy always had a strong tie to education. She grew up watching her mother Sabita Ramamurthy, set up CMR Jnanadhara Trust's first school (National Public School), at their native village in Bangalore's Kacharakanahalli, in 1990. Having grown up in that setting, she always wanted to be a part of it.
Ramamurthy, who has a Masters in Education from Stanford University, Palo Alto, California, currently shuttles between Bangalore and London, balancing education and work, as she is pursuing a doctorate from
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