About India Conference 

at Harvard

Designed, conceptualized and developed by the students of Harvard Kennedy School and Harvard Business School, the India Conference at Harvard is a platform to discuss, debate and champion India-centric issues. In its 18th edition in 2021, it has a strong legacy of hosting conversations with India’s leading politicians, business leaders, government officials, academics, artists, athletes, philanthropists for meaningful dialogue in the context of India’s path to global recognition. 

In light of the Coronavirus pandemic, the conference will be held virtually for the first time in its 18 year history. While we regret the circumstances that have caused us to suspend the physical conference activities on the Harvard University campus, we are equally thrilled by the opportunities that an online platform has created. For the first time in the history of the India Conference, limited access to all sessions will be made available for free for all registered participants from around the world. For those who want to engage with conference speakers more deeply, we also offer a Premium Access ticket for nominal prices. 

For more information on the organising team for this year’s conference, click here.

Image by Emily Karakis