Pratyush Pranav graduated with a B.A. in Human, Social and Political Sciences (specialising in Politics and International Relations) from the University of Cambridge in 2018. Prior to this he completed a BA with Honours in History from Ramjas College, University of Delhi.
Pratyush is extremely interested in human rights, and believes healthcare to be an integral part of human rights. His prior experiences include working as a part of the 1984 Campaign with Amnesty International India, interning with Mission TB run by Program for Appropriate Technologies in health, and a research project under the Bihar Rural Livelihood Promotion Scheme to analyse reasons behind stagnation in movement of funds through various levels of infrastructure in this scheme in Rajgir Block, of Nalanda District.