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Nisai CEO named as one of the UK’s Top 100 BAME Leaders in Technology

The Financial Times and their partner Inclusive Boards have presented their list of the UK’s Top 100 BAME leaders in technology. Nisai are pleased to announce that their CEO and Founder, Dhruv Patel, has been listed within the rankings. The list highlights those making a positive change and those who are driving progress within the sector outside their professional roles.

Nisai uses technology to provide 21st century education to students across the globe. The Nisai Virtual Academy (NVA) is an inclusive, secure education platform that welcomes every learner, regardless of their background.

Dhruv Patel, CEO of Nisai commented: “I am extremely proud to be recognised as of the Top 100 BAME leaders in technology within the UK. At Nisai, we will continue to use our technology to help students gain quality, accredited education worldwide.”

The technology linked to the NVA allows Nisai to report on each student’s attendance, behaviour and contribution during our live classrooms. Students also have the opportunity to catch up on any missed lessons by watching a recording. Nisai’s quality assured teachers and form tutors are there to support students at every step of their learning journey.

For the last two decades, Nisai has used their technology and experience to support students with a variety of barriers to learning; such as Autism, Medically ill, looked after children, students with Special Education Needs and many more. Several students studying with Nisai cannot attend a mainstream classroom due to their learning differences.

Andrew, A Nisai student suffering from ME, said: “The NVA brings me as close to the classroom experience as I can image possible!”

The subjects taught through Nisai are fully accredited by exam boards. Students can achieve Functional Skills, GCSEs and A Levels (UK) as well as booster courses, Cambridge iGCSE and A Levels (Internationally) through our NVA technology.

Nisai are also using their technology to contribute towards UNESCO’s Sustainable Goal 4 to help students achieve quality education internationally. Nisai strongly believes that every learner has to the right to an education and are partnering with like-minded organisations to provide inclusive learning for students worldwide. Here is a diagram explaining how Nisai aims to make a difference:


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