Stanford and Michigan university are the most popular among Coursera’s 5 million Indian users

By Manavi Kapur, Quartz

A large number of Indians seem happy to forego textbooks and adopt tech-savvy online courses. This is a marker of both India’s skilling needs and Coursera’s potential to fulfil them, according to Jeff Maggioncalda, CEO of Coursera. “If you look at what’s happening demographically, there are 300 million people that are going to be entering the workforce, a 100 million in the next 10 years in India alone,” he told Quartz. IIM Calcutta and Indian School of Business in Hyderabad were the first two institutes to sign on, and Coursera hopes there will be many more to follow.

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