WEF2020: Indian Education needs radical Transformation – Rohit Gajbhiye

By - January 22, 2020


January 22, 2020

New Delhi: Voicing for the need of radical transformation in the Indian education system, Rohit Gajbhiye, Founder, FinancePeer, at World Economic Forum 2020, Davos, said India needs to address issues like quality higher education, poor infrastructure, lack of skilled manpower and certain regulations so as to build a strong nation and become a superpower. While speaking during a session at WEF, Rohit, who studied from prestigious institutions like IIT and Stanford, emphasized on the need of structural and behavioral changes in the Indian education system so as to look towards building a right talent pool. Rohit Gajbhiye is also a founder of a NBFC – FinancePeer, which aims to reduce the financial gap in the education sector by financing the fee of the students at zero percent interest and zero cost.

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