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Saumil Majmudar (Co-Founder & CEO) - An alumnus from IIT Bombay and IIM Bangalore, Saumil was a part of the Maharashtra Badminton team & the IIT Bombay Football team. As Founder-Director of SportzVillage and Co-Founder & CEO of EduSports, Saumil has personally engaged with over 100,000 children, 50000 parents in the school sports context over the last decade. Recognized as one of 50 leaders changing Indian education by Education World, Saumil has been working with schools, federations, policy makers and sponsors towards creating more quality opportunities for children to experience the magic of sports/physical activity.



parminderParminder Gill (Co-Founder & Head of Business) Parminder Gill is the Co-Founder of EduSports, India's largest sports education organization. After successful global career in IT sector, Parminder helped start and scale EduSports, a pioneering sports education organization enabling over 650 schools all over the country to improve learning, and helping over 500,000 children become healthier and fitter. 
Parminder’s interests include use of body-mind connection in learning, organizational leadership and entrepreneurship. Parminder holds a Bachelors degree in Engineering from University of Pune, and a Masters degree in Management from Arizona State University. Parminder is also a visiting faculty at Azim Premji University, where he runs a sports education course for Masters level students in Education and Social Development.

Jyoti Majmudar (Co-Founder & COO) An Alumnus of IIT Bombay and IIM Bangalore, Jyoti brought over fourteen years of experience with her when she joined EduSports. Starting her career with analytics at ETH, she worked with global companies like ABB, Philips Semiconductors and DSP Group, in various roles from Sales, Product Development, Project Management and Operations. Her work gave her opportunities to engage with several cultures across the globe. In EduSports, Jyoti’s primary interest has been in productising physical education and sports, to help re-establish it’s priority in school education.