Founded in Chicago in 1997, Innervision – Way2studyglobal’s parent company was one of the fastest growing consulting companies at the time promoting U.S.-India partnerships in technology and education. The company that was “in hiatus” while its principals took time off to serve the US Government internationally, is now back to offering quality advisory services. Innervision has always prided itself on ethical advisory services with quality and integrity as its highest priorities. Innervision’s principals have extensive experience working with the US Government in India and are uniquely qualified to help you: whether you are an American University looking at India, or an Indian university or Indian student interested in the United States.
Qualification of Principals
Jayalakshmi Bhaskar graduated with a B.A. in Economics and Biological Sciences from the University of Illinois, Chicago in 1991. She worked in the Consular Section at the US Consulate in Hamburg, Germany and in the Management Section of the US Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh. She has been one of the key presenters at the US Education Foundation of India – USEFI’s annual orientation programs for Chennai students who wish to study in the United States. She volunteers her time to mentor several dozen students every year who wish to study in the US demystifying the American education system and the student visa process.
Bhaskar Rajah has an impeccable background as an American Foreign Service Officer (A.F.S.) with a Masters in Business Administration (M.B.A.) from the U.S. and over twenty five years of progressively responsible international strategic and leadership experience, both as a diplomat with the U.S. Government and in the private sector. His diverse experience includes: strategic and leadership positions managing Educational Affairs, Press and Public Relations, personnel and technology management globally. In these positions, he promoted partnerships between U.S. and Indian universities; developed departmental, faculty and student exchanges with American universities; and conducted student educational advising programs. He served with the US Department of State at the US Consulate in Hamburg, Germany; at the US Embassy in Dhaka, Bangladesh; and at the US Consulates in Kolkata, Mumbai and Chennai in India. For example, when he was at the US Consulate in Kolkata, he was responsible for educational and public affairs in 12 states of eastern India with a population of nearly 300 million. As a Consul at the US Consulate in Chennai, he managed a complex visa operation that processed the most numbers of student and specialist worker US visas and promoted American education in South India, which was a consular district of over 250 million. Prior to joining the USG, he had 15 years experience in US-India marketing and in promoting joint ventures.