Innovation in India is a topic inspiring and exciting some of the world's top leaders in business, education and science. Becoming a hot bed of innovation, people are flocking to the country to tackle new challenges and seize promising opportunities.
World-renowned educator Sugata Mitra discusses how thousands of children in India are receiving the same quality education as Western children in public schools by teaching themselves on a computer. He explains how Indian children are providing themselves an education through the use of computers and the Internet. His larger point is that teachers are no longer required for children to learn.
New York Times columnist Anand Giridharadas suggests that the concept of the American Dream is now dead in the United States, but very alive in India. Levels of prosperity and opportunity are growing at a rapid pace and it is more likely for people to find success there.
The current innovation in India represents an exciting time for the country and its citizens.
12 Speeches on Innovation in India
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Transforming Trash into Toys
The Art of Self-Education
Learning from Emerging Markets
Borderless Water Crisis
India's Hotbed of Innovation