Patrons :: Advisors :: Editorial Board :: Founders

Who We Are? 

We are a group of professionals glued to the cause of national service through the method and mechanism of info media. Our founders are alumni of illustrious institutions like AIIMS & IITs who have a credible track record of public service in the educational and developmental space.

What We do?

ReTHINK INDIA is a nationalist think tank which catalyses multi-faceted conversations within various thematic sectors presenting dependable news, views, interviews and analysis. It reaches out to the key stakeholders in every Community and evokes a deeper engagement with the movers and shakers out there through wisdom sharing, networking & recognition events. It also delves deeper into the civilizational discourse presenting elaborate commentaries from wide variegated informed sources. ReTHINK INDIA nurtures a wide range of Communities spanning Academia, Industry & Government and carries out a variety of programmes engaging them.

The Journey So Far

ReTHINK INDIA has evolved through a series of evolution to reach upto this stage.


The journey started way back in 2009 with the establishment of a media platform namely UPTU WATCH, which catered to the 700 odd institutions affiliated to the Uttar Pradesh Technical University.  It’s commemoration of the decadal anniversary of the University, Unabated UPTU Campaign to brand the university, multi-faceted drives around Employability, informative and elaborate Admissions Guides, State Wide Map of University Affiliated Colleges and School Connect Programmes are quite reminisced by the entire community.


The platform graduated to ENGINEERING WATCH, with a pan-India presence engaging the entire engineering community. It’s maiden eduPRENEURS Conclave got the entire spectrum of founders of private Universities & Group of Institutions under a single roof; the School Summit drew the who’s who of School Brands to make a presentation in front of an eminent jury; it’s Engineering Excellence Awards received tremendous acceptance and accolade from the entire engineering fraternity including the Public Sector; the National Employability Summits exposed to the training & placement officers the wide range of job areas to explore including the defence forces; the Fellowship programme made terrific rounds with its felicitation ceremony attracting the Class Teacher of Hon’ble Prime Minister; the recognition of India’s Eminent Women Scientists & Engineers attracted nominations from all premiere R&D establishments of the country; the Defence Research Forum brought together the services, the defence psus, academia of all genres and the various divisions of defence research development organization; the Re-engineering India Summit at Singapore similarly received the representative section of India’s Engineering Community duly invoked and addressed by the Hon’ble High Commissioner of India to Singapore along with a galaxy of dignitaries; the televised Why Engineering? Careers – Courses – Colleges series received wide acclamation; Campus Walks – a unique guided journey into the campuses; Engineering Atlas of India were a wide range of other products which got tremendous market response. The elaborate Campus Preparedness Survey rose to eminence in the sector unraveling the deeper thought process which goes on amidst the acadministrators while taking the due call on technological adoption.

Electic Engagement
The Founders of ReTHINK INDIA have been associated with the creation of some of the finest congregations bringing together various communities of practice under a single roof and engaging them with some of the most profound enigmatic themes. 

Other Events
Higher Education Forums
Re-engineering India, Singapore
School Summit
eGov Campus
Engineering Excellence Awards
Engineering Fellowships
India’s Most Inspiring Women Scientists & Engineers
Engineers’ Day Celebrations
Chairmen’s Conclave for Unleashing Campaign for Enhancing GER in Technical Institutions 
School Connect, Mathura
School Connect, Lucknow
Engineering Institutions as Growth Drivers for Local Area Development
Symposium on Information Asymmetry & Employability Gap
UPTU Foundation Day 2010