‘India can help educate rest of the world’

PTI Washington | Updated on November 20, 2017

India can help educate rest of the world as it possesses the best of talent and technological resources, an Indian-American educationist has said.

Harry Aurora, CEO of iTutor, is all set to address the students and faculty at the Harvard India Conference today organised jointly by the Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School in Boston.

He will present his ideas on the future of online education at a panel discussion tomorrow on ‘Developing India’s Silicon Valley’.

“India can boast the best talent and technology and can create educational material for the rest of the world, raising standards and creating jobs,” said the New-York based Aurora.

The theme of the March 9-10 conference is ‘India vs India: Local Strength or Global Growth’.

Ajay Maken, Union Minister for Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation, and Sam Pitroda, Advisor to Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, are among the invitees who will deliver keynote address at the two-day conference that kicks off in Boston today.

The panel discussion that Aurora will address will be moderated by Professor Sunil Gupta, Professor of Business Administration and Head of the Marketing Department, Harvard Business School.

Published on March 09, 2013

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