Aditya Jha is a man with a mission. he wants to help native indian youth to better their lives. The successful businessman, who lives in Toronto, devised Project Beyshick in 2004.
In three whirlwind days of following around senior executives, aboriginal students from far-flung communities learn what it takes to succeed, WALLACE IMMEN reports.
After Aditya Jha made his fortune by selling his Toronto educational software company to Sun Microsystems for more than $100 million (U.S.) in 2001, he was flooded with requests for donations.
THUNDER BAY, ON, Aug. 19 /CNW/ – Twelve students from Nishnawbe Aski Nation (NAN) will participate in a mentoring project focused on nurturing entrepreneurship among First Nation youth in Toronto, Wednesday August 24 – Saturday August 27, 2005.
DOHA, Qatar, Jan 20 – Non-resident Nepalis (NRN) have announced the launching of a global movement to set up a 100-million US dollar basket fund to be used to promote marketing of Nepali products and increase investment in Nepal.
This article was featured in one of Nepal's most prominent business magazine which is published monthly. This interview article talks about Aditya's vision for IIT in Nepal. The article begins like this …
Aditya Jha was born in Sitamarhi village of Mahottari district which borders India.
Endowed Graduate Scholarship a First Step With Ryerson
Aditya Jha believes in the power of education and in supporting an educational institution that shares his vision.
TORONTO – A $105,000 endowed scholarship program benefiting South Asian students has been established at Ryerson University.
KATHMANDU, Oct 10 – Non-resident Nepalis (NRNs) and people of Nepali origin (PNO) have said that Nepal government should provide facilities to the Nepalis residing abroad on a par with Nepalis.