- Content Writer at EDUCBA
- Founder and CEO of Papyrus Manucriptz.
- Currently working as a Project Writer at NPCS (NIIR Project Consultancy Services) and Assessment Developer at Trivium Education Services).
- Four of experience as a Writer, Strategist, Business Development Associate, Human Resource Professional, and Guest Lecturer.
Prachi is the Founder/CEO of Papyrus Manuscriptz, a content development firm. She is presently employed at NPCS as a Project Writer and Assessment Developer (US undergrad curriculum) at Trivium Education Services. For more than two years, she has been diligently working as a writer in various domains for several companies. She was formerly working as a Strategic intern with Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, and as a Business Development Associate for an Israeli start-up (Israel Partnerships). During her tenure with Israel Partnerships, she constructed a tool in practice mapping significant data of various Israeli Edtech companies required for client management and servicing.
Prachi also has experience in Human Resources and has been a guest lecturer with Leda IT Institute (Mumbai), where she conducted emotional intelligence workshops. Earning her MBA on a scholarship from the United Kingdom (UK), she has carved her niche as a professional writer and an emerging business professional.
- Prachi has earned her Master’s degree in Human Resources Management (MA HRM), UK, and has secured an MBA with Merit from the University of Sunderland, UK. She did her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Mumbai.
"Success is a yield of passion, hard work, valour, and determination”. I believe nothing substantially great can ever be achieved without enthusiasm, courage to overcome the obstacles, and exhibition of determined efforts towards the intended goal."
Being an avid reader, one of my eternally favourite authors happens to be noble-prize winning Gabriel García Márquez, and owes a lot to his life-changing novels such as ‘One Hundred Years of Solitude’ and literary classic, ‘Love in the times of Cholera’. To name a few, my favourite reads are ‘Alchemist by Paulo Coelho’, ‘Message in a Bottle by Nicholas Sparks’, ‘Diary of a young girl by Anne Frank, ‘A Bend in the Road’ by Nicholas Sparks, ‘One Night in Italy’ by Lucy Diamond and ‘Rebecca’ by Daphne du Maurier.