About Us

About Us

Walchand PeopleFirst is the exclusive partner of Dale Carnegie & Associates in India. It is also the sole promoter of Walchand Plus which is in the business of skill development and CSR consulting in India.

Walchand PeopleFirst Ltd. is a public listed company which was founded in 1920 by Seth Walchand Hirachand.


We are a benchmark in the field of human capital development. We exceed expectations of all our stakeholders, leading to happier individuals and an empowered society.


We believe that growth comes from inspiring change not only in the minds but also in the hearts of people so that they do more of what they want to do and can do.

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Walchand Heritage

Walchand Heritage

Seth Walchand Hirachand
– The Patriot Entrepreneur

A man of rare talent and conviction, Seth Walchand Hirachand believed that his life's mission was to free India from her economic bondage. He dedicated his life to make India self- reliant and he fired this up with unrelenting enthusiasm to empower people and establish new realities.

  • Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India

    Pallavi Jha
    10 November 2020

    This four-part series delves into the skilling landscape of India and lays down recommendations for making it more successful and scalable.


  • Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – The Entrepreneurship Angle

    Pallavi Jha
    29 December 2020

    8 in 10 of India’s workers are employed in the informal sector, according to UN estimates. In order for formal and productive employment to increase, it is important to provide a skilled workforce to the economy. In our previous blog in the series, we explored how the role of government must evolve as an entity … Continue reading “Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – The Entrepreneurship Angle”


  • Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – Part 2

    Pallavi Jha
    02 December 2020

    From traditional systems and outdated infrastructure to the disappointing and often misleading metrics, skill development in India has been left wanting despite the best intentions of successive governments.  In order to avoid the risk of a ballooning class of unemployable young adults, we must work on approaching the issues surrounding the current skilling agenda in … Continue reading “Reimagining the Skilling Landscape of India – Part 2”


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