Jaipur. Jaipur's educationist, Shipra Bhutani reached a new high in her career when she has been identified to be taught as a 'case study' in some of the leading universities of the country like Lovely Professional University (Jalandhar, Punjab), JK Laxmipat (Jaipur, Rajasthan) and Institute of Business Management & Research (IBMR Indore, Madhya Pradesh).
Professors from the above three institutes had visited the Jaipur-based Quantum Career Academy, where Bhutani is the Director. After seeing her considerable work in the field of education, they chose to develop case studies on her.
These studies are now registered with the Case Research Society of India.
The two cases which have been developed on Bhutani, an alumnus from Pilani-based Birla Balika Vidyapeeth and IIM Calcutta are "From Local to Global" and "The Quantum of Rajasthan". These studies are now being taught at all the three institutes based in Jalandhar, Jaipur and Indore. In fact, they have become a part of the curriculum there.
In just four years Bhutani has won seven awards including Zonal Performance Award by Annamalai University in 2009-10 and ISB-GOLDMAN SACHS 10K women entrepreneurship award, among others.
Under the Public Private Partnership Scheme -- the Government of India has appointed her as a Chairperson for the 3 Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) at Balotra (Jodhpur), Dungarpur (Udaipur) and Dausa. She is also a member of Rajasthan State Council and Education Panel of Confederation of Indian Industries (CII), AIESEC and an active member of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE).
Married and a mother of two children – Bhutani dexterously blends her personal and professional life. She said that for a Indian woman, specially in a state like Rajasthan, it is extremely difficult to start and then sustain a business – since there is no private or government support. What I have achieved is through my hard work and perseverance.