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The Child Development Centre of Apollo Gleneagles Hospital (CDC, AGH), India’s first Child Development Centre in corporate healthcare set up has become a reality with Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya’s sheer determination. This is a unique service development in Indian scenario, the impact of which now reverberates throughout the nation with positive impact for children with EBD [Educational/Emotional, Behavioral and Developmental] problems, which constitute 1 in 4 to 1 in 6 children throughout the globe*. His pioneering sprits have broken through the traditional hurdles in this field of science, setting international standards as benchmarks in India in this topic. This was recognized internationally by the WHO (World Health Organization) whereupon he participated in the collaborative pioneering research of WHO on core standard setting of ICF (International Classification on Functioning) in children, using Cerebral Palsy (CP) as its pioneering model**. He followed this up with organizing International Training in India in December 2013 and a globally pioneering validation study is presented in EACD (European Academy of Childhood Disability) annual conference in Stockholm in June 2016. Dr. Bhattacharya brings this standard in his Indian Centre at AGH, Kolkata. Three separate poster presentations co-authored by him on the topic was presented in 2017 EACD annual conference in Amsterdam in May 2017 amidst steep international competition, contributing to the largest Indian academic presence in the history of this European body. Currently, he is leading a collaborative multicentric international study with Queensland University, Australia on Community Based Early Detection using GM tool with 98% accuracy by 3 months of postnatal age and effectivity of Community Based Early Intervention in CP, called LEAP-CP Study. He is also India Lead in the GM (Prectle) Movements Courses here. Dr. Anjan Bhattacharya has worked in Newham University Hospial and Newham Primary Care Trust, London as a Developmental Paediatrician. He worked for 12 years in the UK in Paediatrics. He has skills in assessing children’s mental development using Griffiths tool and Bayleys III Scale for Infants and Toddlers. He uses the Gold Standard diagnostic evaluation of children with Autism Diagnostic Observation Schedule [ADOS] and Autism Diagnostic Interview - Revised [ADI - R] technique. He is an RCPCH, UK examiner for MRCPCH UK and DCH, UK examinations. He is also an Honorary Affiliate Tutor and Course Co-ordinator of DCH/IPPC of Sydney University Australia. He is ex-head DNB Program of AGH, Kolkata and DNB Centre Appraiser of NBE, New Delhi. He worked as an international medical expert in a medicolegal case involving childhood disability in Singapore. He is an office bearer of two chapters of Indian Academy of Pediatrics, nationally.