Scitech Publications: celebrating 25 years of publishing!
Established in the year 1998, Scitech Publications is professional publishing company, which is celebrating 25 years of “PUBLISHING PAR EXCELLENCE.” They believe in consistency and transparency and serving the humanity through value education.
“We have published over 800 titles on different disciplines. Most of our textbooks are recommended all over India,” shares M.R. Purushotham an, Chairman and Founder Director, Scitech Publications (India) Pvt. Ltd, who has been associated with book publishing since 1976. On asking about their secret to building a leading book publishing company in India, Purushottam replied, “With over four decades of experience in book publishing, promotion and marketing, we are heading into a digital era.”
“As we all aware that the publishing industry has undergone a digital transformation, technological innovation and the change is catching up in the educational sector that we cannot avoid but have to catch up fast to survive.”
On asking about their market reach, he replies, “Our books also exported to South Asian countries either directly or through our distributors.”
Scitech is aiming to be an international company, to which Purushottam shares, “Our publishing activities are aligned with New Education Policy (NEP). We also believe in service to humanity.”
Purushottam has been associated with Lions International since 2010.At present, he is the working President of Lions Club of Tambaram Central. Scitech is the member of Federation of Indian Publishers as well.
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