The new classroom, which offers seating for 82 students and provides state-of-the-art multimedia facilities to improve the learning experience, is virtually indistinguishable from the school's MBA classrooms in Boston.
According to an HBS press release, the new classroom represents a permanent foothold in India, and will facilitiate an expansion of teaching and research activities in the country to meet its quickly-developing business education needs.
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