Dr. Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of the Jindal Global University, visited Yale SOM for a talk hosted by the South Asian Business Forum on January 28, 2015. He delivered a talk titled “Corruption and Governance Crisis in India,” examining recent developments, including legislative, judicial, institutional and civil society initiatives, in the fight against corruption.
Professor Raj Kumar's talk about the state of corruption in India was fascinating and enlightening," said club co-leader Sonia Chandra. "I really appreciated his honesty about the current affairs, and his advice on what the country's officials and citizens can do to improve the situation. – Sonia Chandra, Club Co-Leader
About the Southeast Asian Business Forum
The South Asian Business Forum at Yale SOM is dedicated to expanding awareness of the business, political, cultural and social issues related to South Asia. Through events, speakers, movie nights, class trips and the International Month presentation, the SABF strives to create opportunities for SOM students who are interested in South Asia as a field of study to build a network and gain exposure to South Asian cultural and business opportunities. Countries of interest include India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Nepal, Bhutan, and the Maldives.