India Conference at Harvard to discuss India’s ascent on the global stage

New York: The 21st edition of the prestigious two day India Conference at Harvard chugged off Saturday February 17. The theme for this year’s conference is, ‘India Rising’.

The India Conference at Harvard is an annual student-led initiative that delves into the diverse tapestry of India, highlighting the country’s emergence as a leading international player. For the past 21 years, students from across Harvard have come together to bring experts from various sectors including business, economy and culture, to help build an informed narrative and develop insight on India’s current landscape and promising future.

Among the notable speakers gracing the conference are Radhika Gupta, CEO of Edelweiss Asset Management Limited; Indermit Gill, Chief Economist at the World Bank; Anil Agarwal, Chairman of Vedanta Resources; Niren Choudhary, CEO of Panera Bread; and Aroon Purie, Chairperson of the India Today Group.

The two-day event, designed and developed by graduate students from across the university, brings 50+ speakers and more than 1000 attendees to Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School. The India Conference at Harvard is a key platform to discuss, assess and champion India’s emergence as a global leader.

The 2024 edition of the conference encompasses a wide range of topics, delving into business, culture, finance, social and urban policy, politics, and economy. The discussions will provide an in-depth exploration of India’s past achievements, challenges, and its promising future trajectory.

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