Prasanthi Nathan

Kochi, India

Cofounder & CTO @booknmeet
Prasanthi's Skills
Business Development
Product Management
Public Relations
User Experience

Age Group


About Prasanthi

I am a strong believer of perseverance, and being a women in this challenging times, where everyday the magnitude differs and challenges varies. Access of technology and its potential enable me to dream bigger and bring changes the way i can to our society and community.


Don't let others define you, you define yourself - Ginni Rometty

Work Experience

Associate Engineer

Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions

March 2013 - May 2014

Worked in Speech Validation project by RBEI

Web based programming

Latcom Technologies

July 2012 - March 2013

• Creating a platform for communication between photographers. • Developing a website for searching restaurants and ordering food items in a specific locality. • Developing a web application for a hospital for acquiring patient details and for retrieving the same by reading the barcode generated or by fingerprint recognition.

.NET Instructor

Lakhotia Computer Center

April 2009 - May 2012

Programmaing languages taught : C#.NET, C, C++ Technologies : ASP.NET Databases : SQL Server


Institute of Bioinformatics and Applied Biotechnology, Bangalore

August 2007 - March 2009

• T2D-Db An integrated data resource on Type 2 Diabetes T2D-Db is a database of all genes and informations related to Type 2 Diabetes in human, mouse and rat. It contains different types of searches for fastening the data retrieval. Front-end Perl-CGI, HTML, Javascript Back-end My SQL Server Apache Web Server Operating System Linux - Fedora


Webmark International FZ LLC ,Dubai Media City, Dubai

March 2007 - July 2007


Amrita Technologies, Kochi, Kerala

June 2006 - November 2006

• Picture Archival and Communicating System (PACS) Amrita PACS is first comprehensive hospital-based Picture Archival Communication System (PACS) developed in India , which is one of the most important developments in today's medical care. The system use computers to replace X-ray film, which has been used for almost a century. Amrita PACS allows radiographic images of patients to be taken and then presented and stored on computers rather than on conventional X-ray film. Core JAVA is used for the development of the system.


Amrita School of Applied Arts and Sciences

Post Graduation in Computer Science

2004 - 2006