Our Team

Mrs. Vina Sabharwal Mentor, Founder, PKMC. She is Secretary of Kanpur Education Society, which runs NLK Group of Schools providing quality education to more than 9,000 students across its 9 branches. She spent most of her life in Jammu and Kashmir and was involved in various welfare measures for Police personnel including setting up the multiple Welfare Centre for the wives and widows of jawans.

Ms. Ruma Chaturvedi (C.S.,L.L.B) Director, Pushpa Khanna Memorial Centre, being a mother of a special child herself, she trained herself in the field of special education and pioneered the task of bringing the best international practices to Kanpur. She is a certified PEERS social skill trainer and a certified Autism Movement Therapy trainer and is also trained to use brain gym techniques for children with attention and hyperactivity issues."

Our Technical collaboration partner for Special Education wing is Ms. Veena Basu, who is also running an independent multidisciplinary center called BVerve - Brain Vitality for all. Since 1996 in Mumbai. She has over 25 years of experience as a special education teacher in America and in India. She has a Post Graduate Diploma in Teaching the Multiply Handicapped from Bombay University, and a Masters in Science, Special Education- Learning Disability from Syracuse University, New York, USA. She has completed a one year program in Narrative therapy from Adelaide; Australia.

Ms. Kavita Sharma, She is the Founder Director of Project - ‘PRAYAS’, a Computer and iPad Training Center for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She is also Vice President (North) of Autism Society of India and mother of two sons with Autism Spectrum Disorders. She has been actively involved with various organizations working in the field of disability.

Embrace your child's ability.

3A/161, Azad Nagar
(Near Tilak Chauraha), Kanpur
Mob. : 7311133337
E-mail : [email protected]

10/492-A, Khalasi Line,
(Near KD Palace), Kanpur
Mob. : 7459863338
E-mail : [email protected]


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