Entrepreneurship and the Liberal Arts: The Making of Ashoka University

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Abstract

In 2006, four entrepreneurs Vineet Gupta, Ashish Dhawan, Pramath Sinha and Sanjeev Bhikchandani decided to enter the higher education space in India. Their aim was to establish a world-class university that would prepare students for the new workplace. At the time, Indian universities had an outdated curriculum, uninspiring pedagogy and except for a few notable exceptions, largely failed to prepare graduates for the real world.

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