Rajeev Circle is an unusual community of friends and family of late Stanford Professor Rajeev Motwani and his wife Asha Jadeja. The group came together in 2009 following a tragic accident, to which they lost Rajeev.
Maker Fest is the Indian franchise of the revolutionary Maker Fair hosted across America, Europe, Africa and Japan. Maker Fair, which launched in California in 2006, now hosts hundreds of thousands attendees and is a guiding symbol of Maker Fest India which is also held annually.
Asha Jadeja believes in empowering entrepreneurs and enabling exponential change through her work. Her investments and interests are industry-agnostic, though she particularly cares about impact investing in education, the maker movement and women’s rights in South Asia and Africa.
The aim of School in the Cloud is to spark creativity, curiosity and wonder in students and inspire them to take control of their own learning. We call spaces that make this happen Self Organized Learning Environments (SOLEs).
FabLab CEPT aims to enable everyone to build on his or her ideas. The space provides access to skilled mentors and peers, tools and learning experiences that allow you to innovate. It is one of the seven workshops at CEPT University.
Dot Edu Ventures invests seed stage in technology startups often emerging out of universities and research institutions. Startups leverage leading edge research in computer science, electrical and mechanical engineering, mathematics, physics and bioengineering. Dot Edu has also supported startups from non academic settings.
Founded by Asha Jadeja in loving memory of her late husband Professor Rajeev Motwani, the Motwani Jadeja Foundation (MJF) is a 100% charitable organization based in Palo Alto and Ahmedabad, India.
Rajeev Circle Fellowship is designed to create, mentor and empower young entrepreneurs from the developing world and link them closely to the Silicon Valley in California. The fellowship has supported over 100 fellows over the last five years.