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"Viewing education through the eyes of the learner"

What is Learnercentric ?

At Learnercentric, we see education through the eyes of the learner. We tutor, coach, mentor and guide students to successfully and joyfully navigate their learning journey. The all too common one-size-fits-all approach to education continues to under-serve a significant percentage of students, many of whom fall behind at various stages. Learnercentric seeks to change that.

Working with students one-on-one and in small groups, we make education a very personalized, meaningful and rewarding exploration, enabling students to feel confident, capable and validated. With an iterative approach and an emphasis on gradual mastery of the topics, students master the core STEM subjects and connect the dots they weren’t able to before. Inspired with curiosity and confidence, the students find themselves increasingly in control of their learning.

About The Founder

Ananth Dommety is the founder of Learnercentric and has years of experience working with a wide spectrum of learners, enabling countless ‘aha moments’ and deepening the joy of learning.

Hailing from a small town in India, Ananth is grateful for the opportunities that came along in the early years that made him a National Merit Scholar winning a spot in one of the top residential schools in the country, and paved the way to be in the top 1% of students admitted into the coveted IITs, India’s most-respected engineering institutions.

  • Ananth got his undergraduate degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from IIT- Madras.
  • Masters in Computer Science from the University of Alabama at Birmingham (UAB).
  • After serving on the faculty of Computer Science at UAB as Lecturer, he moved on to work in the Communications and Software Industry.
  • And eventually started his own Software Services company that focused on training and skill development.

A lifelong learner, Ananth is now devoted full-time to the cause of education, student empowerment and learning-enablement.

“If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.” - Antoine de Saint-Exupery