Kansas honors resident permits from states with requirements at least as strict as the Kansas requirements. As far as I can tell they don't enter any reciprocity agreements.
From a very informal review of the Indiana requirements, I saw no training requirement, and the age restriction was 18. Both of these factors would preclude KS from recognizing the license.
When they first adopted CC, the state AG reviewed other states' laws to determine which states would be recognized. A resulting report cited specific reasons why a state was denied, but I've been unable to locate that report currently.
For transporting, the law requires the weapon to be unloaded and in a closed container. This can be anything from a locked gun case to a zip lock bag (zip lock bag not recommended). The is state-wide preemption for the transportation requirements.