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Pathan Zaheer Khan: How Edumission Eezy Became a Ray of Hope for Many



Dreams don’t see any boundations, nor do they see age. They just see the seeker’s passion and potential.

Pathan Zaheer Khan, 22 hails from the Perur village of Andhra Pradesh. 4 years ago while pursuing his degree in BBA from Bangalore University, the fresh faced dreamer set out on a journey to find his calling and ended up establishing a groundbreaking platform.

Khan’s education consultancy – Edumission Eezy lends a helping hand to directionless students. Many students feel confused about their career path – there seem to be a lot of lucrative options, career and education wise but conventional paths also seem like a good choice. When students are stuck between a rock and a hard place, Edumission Eezy comes to their aid. It engages students in conversations that propel them towards the path that is right for them, Edumission Eezy helps students in selecting the course that fits their skills and interests and helps them land their dream college.

Before Pathan Zaheer Khan established Edumission Eezy, he had had a lot of trials and errors. Success stories of self made people inspired him deeply and he too wanted to build something meaningful. He sought advice from his peers and elders about what he should do but many of them were recycled unoriginal takes. One of Pathan Zaheer Khan’s passions is traveling and that is what planted the idea of Edumission Eezy in his mind.

He tells us, “The startup ideas that came to me initially would’ve fallen flat on their face quickly. Things I came up with, ideas that others suggested, nothing really clicked. Travelling however… that worked and I’m so grateful. While travelling I had the opportunity to talk to people who had vastly different lives than mine and gain the knowledge of their culture, interests, and asking them about their plans in life. Conversations with some boys who had just completed their 12th standard ultimately gave me the idea for my startup. They felt confused about the trajectory of their study life after school, what course would be right? What college would be a good fit? One day I was brainstorming alone and their dilemma kept popping up in my mind. Why couldn’t I just be the one who lends the desperately needed helping hand? From their things fell into place, I worked on this idea and slowly Edumission Eezy came into being.”.

In just four years of operation, Edumission Eezy has been able to set roots far and wide because of its model. Pathan Zaheer Khan’s success depends on how many people he helps and the quality of his help. No good deed goes unrewarded and since he comes to the rescue of so many students, in return his success keeps growing and more people are able to connect with him.

Speaking of new connections, Khan is looking in a new direction for helping more people- agriculture. He wants to lend a hand to those who help feed all of us. His upcoming ventures will aid farmers in adopting organic farming – growing crops without the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides, so the produce can be environment friendly. He is currently deep into research work for this and will soon jump into making it a reality.

Jourdain Bell is a Columnist at Disrupt Magazine. Based in Santa Barbara, California, he specializes in VC, Tech, Branding, and PR. He's been featured in Influencive, Future Sharks, Thrive Global, Vanity Stardom, and more. Jourdain currently works at one of the most active Venture Capital Firms in the world, Alumni Venture Group. Prior to entering the Venture Capital Industry, he Co-founded Beast Media Agency, a digital marketing and PR company focused on helping founders get their stories featured in online publications. Jourdain currently interviews entrepreneurs, founders, and influencers who are making an impact on the world for publications like The Hustlers Digest, Kivo Daily, Future Sharks, Thrive Global and Disrupt.

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