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What India’s Modi needs to tell corporate America

By Sourajit Aiyer

“My dear gentlepeople!” I do hope this is the way in which Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi starts his address to our American friends, during his upcoming visit to the USA. The quirky title is intentional — replacing “ladies and gentlemen” with “gentlepeople” just like the term Chairperson has increasingly replaced Chairman. The aim is to show a deviation from the traditional, to prove that one has changed with the changing times.

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Investment opportunities in India’s education

By: Sourajit Aiyer

Private and foreign interest in India’s higher-education sector is way below the potential. This interest is largely restricted to the more unregulated segments like technical, professional and vocational education. The school and university segments (which form the larger chunk of the sector) are not on the radar due to archaic regulations.

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How skills vouchers can help emerging markets

By: Sourajit Aiyer

A common thread binds all developing and developed nations today – the issue of skill-creation. Dynamics of commerce are shifting, and in these changing times, our skill capabilities can help keep our countries competitive and relevant.

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