Naman Bansal is working in the field of education and is presently involved with his research in the same field. The research involves best education practices in the country today, specifically the best school education models available, studying them and understanding the challenges they face in the expansion. He is also actively reading and reflecting the views of great thinkers on education and has till now read views of Lala Lajpat Rai, Swami Vivekananda, and Dharampal. He is keenly interested in education-entrepreneurship and plans to start his own chain of schools one day.
He is an engineer by qualification and has graduated from APJ Abdul Kalam University (formerly known as Uttar Pradesh Technical University) in 2014. He has previously worked at Wipro Technologies as a Java Developer and was awarded the State Bank of India Youth for India Fellowship in 2016. His work at the fellowship was covered by online media portals like Youth Ki Awaaz, DNA India, India Mantra and mainstream media channel WION. He also represented his work at Telenor Youth Forum Finals, 2016, and was also accepted as a participant at the first cohort of Anubhav Lecture Series, an initiative of Harris School of Public Policy, University of Chicago. Post his fellowship, he worked as a Content Associate at Going to School, an organization which uses design driven stories to teach children skills. A storyteller himself, Naman is now associated full time with Vision Indian Foundation as a Research Associate.