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In this podcast you can expect to learn the following:

1. The philosophy of the Young India Fellowship and how it prepares students for careers of tomorrow

2. The art of applying for specialized Masters such as the one at Harvard Graduate School of Education

3. How to commit oneself to solving a complex problem long-term

Karan Bhola is a higher education, leadership development and institution building professional. He is currently the Director of Graduate (YIF) Outreach and Admissions at Ashoka University. He has previously worked on several initiatives in higher education, including a project to establish India’s first university for the transportation sector, as well as projects in ed-tech. He was the founding President of the Ashoka University Alumni Association.

Karan is an alumnus of Harvard University (where he was a Fulbright Scholar), Ashoka University (where he was a Young India Fellow), and Loyola College (where he received an undergraduate degree in Economics).

Karan bears a lifelong commitment towards contributing to higher education transformation in India and is fascinated by the power of collaboration.


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