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Guardian Education Services

Guardian Education Services Private Limited (GESPL) is a for-profit social enterprise. Established in 2011 by IIT/IIM alumni and Academicians, GESPL seeks to build research-based services, with a deep commitment on meaningful social transformation.

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Geographic Presence





Uttar Pradesh

West Bengal

Impact Streams

Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all.

Achieve gender equality and empower all women and girls.

Promote inclusive and sustainable economic growth, productive employment and decent work for all.

Take urgent action to combat climate change and its impacts.

Lives Impacted

What We Do


Our ‘alternate pedagogy’ based ‘Project Abhigyan’ strives to nurture the creativity and analytical capability of school students from the grounds up and transform the schools to a Creative school. This is targeted at students (6 to 18 Years) at vernacular medium government schools as well as private schools.

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Consulting & Program Management

We provide comprehensive research based consulting support to corporate in creating best in class knowledge management, skill gap and CSR consulting. We closely work with global consulting majors in providing large scale program management services.

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Skill Development

We focus towards impactful intervention to unemployed youth or existing workmen towards enriching and enhancing their livelihood. We work with Corporate and partners who own the training infrastructure and we work on an asset light method.

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Our Professional Team

Awards and Recognition

Annual Report 2016-17
Tata Metaliks

Goldman Sachs 10,000 Women with IIM, Bangalore

NITI AYOG & UN supported
Women Transforming India Awards, 2019


“Skills Challenge: Australia and India’s Skills Training Needs”.

Authored by Our Past CEO Mr. Prasenjit Kundu.

Published on July 2013 at Australia India Institute, University of Melbourne.

Our Clients

Our Partners