Video: How can India improve its higher education system?

Indu Shahani speaks to Times Higher Education at the 2017 THE Innovation & Impact Summit

August 7, 2017
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How can India’s universities serve the country’s growing youth population? Which other higher education models should India look to for inspiration? And what are the most important aspects of Indian higher education?

Indu Shahani, founding dean of Indian School of Management & Entrepreneurship, speaks to Times Higher Education about these issues and more. 

The interview was recorded at the THE Innovation & Impact Summit, which took place in Hong Kong in June. 

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