The three-day International Summit on School and Higher Education in the city saw top educational institutions, including foreign universities, signing 112 memorandums of understanding (MoU) in various areas including research, dual degree provision and exchange programmes for both students and faculty.
During the summit, educational institutes and consultants from across the world came together to facilitate partnerships and collaborations with universities and colleges in India. Inaugurating the event, Union coal minister Sriprakash Jaiswal said students in India have the right capabilities and even developed nations appreciate them. Students must get best educational opportunities and the government has taken several initiatives for it, he added. The minister said it's a great platform to create a world-class learning experience and equip institutions in the country with better know-how of ongoing trends. Read more...