Monjula Jasmine

Manager - Academic Office | mjasmine at iihs dot ac dot in

2014    Masters in International Business IÉSEG School of Business, Université Catholique de Lille Lille, France
2011    Bachelors in Technology, Information Technology North Eastern Hill University Shillong, Meghalaya

Countries: India, France
States: Karnataka, Maharashtra
Cities: Bengaluru, Mumbai
Languages: Assamese, Bengali, French, Hindi, English

Monjula, with a fervour for education, has amassed over 10 years of diverse experience within the education sector. She has been a Teach for India Fellow, where she taught in an underprivileged school in Sion, Mumbai, actively engaging with communities in and around Dharavi and Pratiksha Nagar. In an elaborate career in the edtech industry Monjula held leadership roles in Program Management at prominent organizations such as Cuemath and Upgrad, playing a pivotal role in shaping and implementing innovative educational programs. Adding an international dimension to her career, Monjula worked with IESEG School of Business in Lille and Paris Campuses, focusing on strengthening the international alumni network and fostering connections beyond the classroom.


She holds a BTech in Information Technology from North Eastern Hill University, Shillong, and a Masters in International Business from SPJain Institute of Research and Development in Mumbai and IESEG School of Business in France, which enhances her technical knowledge, global perspective and business acumen. Monjula upholds her dedication to excellence, evident through her possession of a Project Management Professional (PMP) certification and a wealth of seven years’ experience in project management. Her adeptness in overseeing intricate projects and educational programs underscores her proficiency in strategic planning and the effective execution of initiatives.


At IIHS, Monjula has assumed the position of Manager in the Academic Office, overseeing the Urban Fellow’s Programme (UFP). Beyond her professional pursuits, she finds joy in cooking and baking, considering it a therapeutic outlet.