I’m taking part 14th FICCI Higher Education Summit, New Delhi, along with Kazakh Universities delegation Key focus on the Summit is to “Universities of the Future”: interesting and sophisticated topic which is overwhelming even for me far from the professional education field. Key figures to understand India’s course on it’s path: – 35% of India population is under the age of 30 – 100 ml job to be created in India over the coming decade – 38000 colleagues, more than 800 universities are in India today. Total number of students in India 33 ml (!) – universities to be reconfigured in order to prepare populations to the changes ahead – universities must be partnering with the Industry: additive manufacturing, robotics, artificial intellects,etc. Universities of the Future proposed to be in following formats: 1.Teaching Based Universities 2. Research Based Universities 3. Foundation Based Universities Therefore, discussions are around of what to be done to meet that expectations: give more autonomy to the universities; customize education, put a student in the center of education,introduce dynamic learning skills. Interesting, breathtaking move India is taking towards the Universities of the Future.