Magic Bus India gets Madhulika Singh as CHRO

Singh was earlier associated with WNS as general manager-HR


Magic Bus India Foundation, a non-profit organisation in the education and skilling space, has appointed Madhulika Singh as its new chief human resources officer (CHRO). In her new role, Singh will spearhead the gamut of human resource functions at Magic Bus, and also lead the development and implementation of the organisation’s human resource strategy.

Singh brings with her over two decades of experience in HR, spanning diverse industries such as ITES, financial services, startups, as well as manufacturing and development. Her expertise lies in the broad spectrum of human resources including areas such as talent acquisition, HR strategy, talent engagement and development, performance management, organisational design, succession planning, mentoring, compensation and benefits administration, HR compliance, learning and development, and HR shared services.

Prior to joining Magic Bus, Singh was associated with WNS as general manager – human resources. Her professional journey includes pivotal roles at several other organisations such as Concentrix, Vistra/Radius Corporate Solutions and Wipro BPS.

Jayant Rastogi, global CEO, Magic Bus India Foundation, expressed his confidence in Singh’s leadership saying it “will not only add value but will play a vital role in the company’s future growth trajectory.” Given her experience “across leading organisations, she is well placed to utilise her extensive experience to drive business transformation through the intersection of people, culture, and technology,” he added.

Singh herself is excited to be a part of Magic Bus and eager to “lead the human resources team and assist the organisation in fostering a culture that encourages innovation, while also making a meaningful contribution to the growth and development of both individuals and the organisation as a whole.”

A psychology graduate from Lady Shri Ram College, Singh also holds a master’s degree in social work (HR) from Delhi School of Social Work.

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