Nashik entrepreneur for MIT's global innovation & leadership program
INK Fellow 2013 and young entrepreneur from Nashik, selected for MIT Sloans Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership, awarded tution fee support.
Sunil Shivaji Khandbahale is an young entrepreneur from Nashik, who goes by the popular name 'dictionary man'. He is recognized world over for his phenomenal work in bridging the linguistic divide between English and Indian languages by creating digital dictionaries in 22 Indian languages. An INK Fellow 2013 and winner of UN International "Manthan Award" by UN World Summit on Information Society (WSIS), he has been selected for the MIT Sloans Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership 2015, Boston.
About MIT Sloan Fellows Program in Innovation and Global Leadership
The MIT Sloan Fellows Program is a 12-month, full-time executive MBA program designed to prepare an elite group of global mid-career managers to magnify their impact as leaders. The program aims to build a strong foundation in key disciplines, access the latest research, learn to calculate risk, and talk strategy with the great leaders and innovators of the day. Learn more here.