Bangladesh Wants To Collaborate & Research With IITs, IIMs, And Other Top Institutes


Bangladesh wants to collaborate & research with IITs, IIMs, and other top institutes

Union HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal met the Education Minister of Bangladesh Dipu Moni uninvolved of the 40th UNESCO General Conference in Paris on 13 November. During the exchange, Moni saw that the challenges of India and Bangladesh are comparative, and said that Bangladesh needs to pursue community-oriented research with top organizations like IITs and IIMs.

Pokhriyal concurred that friendly relations between the two nations ought to be taken forward, saying the education division can possibly take shared cooperation higher than ever. Pokhriyal likewise held bilateral chats with the Education Ministers of Norway, Mexico, Thailand, UAE, and Malaysia at the Conference.

In his meeting with Iselin Nybø, Norway’s Minister of Research and Higher Education, Pokhriyal traded sees on future bilateral collaboration between the two nations in the field of training. Pokhriyal stressed on collaborative research openings between Indian educational institutions and the prominent educational institutions of Norway.

He detailed to Nybø initiatives taken by the HRD Ministry for internationalization of Higher Education, for example, Study in India, the Global Initiative for Academic Network (GIAN) and the Scheme for Promotion of Academic and Research Collaboration (SPARC). Pokhriyal welcomed the Norwegian Minister to visit India for a bilateral gathering in mid-2020.

Pokhriyal additionally had extensive dialogues with the Education Minister of Mexico, Esteban Moctezuma Barragan, to increase instructive exchange among India and Mexico. Pokhriyal welcomed students from Mexico to visit India to ponder in the fields of Yoga, Ayurveda, Hindi, Sanskrit and other Indian dialects ​​and Indian way of thinking.

Moctezuma said that the instructive difficulties of India and Mexico are the equivalent and the two nations should work to increase long term collaboration in the field of education

Pokhriyal likewise spoke with Thailand Education Minister Nataphol Teepsuwan and informed him that under the lead ‘Concentrate in India’ program, students from Thailand have verified affirmations in top Indian Higher Educational Institutions.

Under this program, an expense waiver to the degree of 100% just as grants are given to meritorious global students. The Thai side may find a way to advance this program for enhanced portability, which will bring about deepening bilateral relations, Pokhriyal proposed.

In his gathering with the Education Minister of Malaysia, Maszlee Malik, Pokhriyal asked him to take an interest in the GIAN program and send more students under the ‘Concentrate in India’. Pokhriyal said that India has just common an MoU on the Mutual Recognition of Academic Qualifications.

The UNESCO General Conference is occurring at the UNESCO Headquarters in Paris from 12 to 27 November 2019.

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