Indian education is now a well-known brand around the world, said Manoj Kumar, president of EdCIL during the diplomatic conclave at Chandigarh University.

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Government of India to Launch Study in India Mobile App Soon to Streamline Admission Process for International Students CHANDIGARH, India, September 30, 2021 / PRNewswire / – India offers affordable, quality education for international students and the potential to The Indian education system globally remains untapped as India has more than 800 universities and 10,000 colleges. During the pandemic, the shift to online and digital education has created a path where quality education is accessible to all. This is what Manoj Kumar, President and CEO of EdCIL said. He was speaking at the two-day diplomatic conclave farewell session on “Cost-effective higher and technical education to meet global standards” on the campus of Chandigarh University, Gharuan. Sandeep Goel, Chief Executive Officer, EdCIL; V. Muraleedharan, Honorable Minister of State for External Affairs; Ambassadors from 24 countries including Indonesia, Tanzania, Iran, Bangladesh, Bhutan, Togo, Malawi and Zimbabwe; Satnam Singh Sandhu, Chancellor of Chandigarh University and Dr RS Bawa, Pro-Chancellor of Chandigarh University were the other dignitaries present on the occasion.

During his inaugural address, Manoj Kumar said, “The comments and contributions from the ambassadors are really important and we will work with Indian universities to instill the results of this diplomatic conclave into our Study in India initiative. The Study in India initiative has opened up new avenues and new international student markets for Indian universities and colleges including Vietnam, Eswatini and Vietnam. in emerging fields. EdCIL, under the leadership of the Ministry of Education, began to identify potential countries where requests from Indian institutions would be generated; initially only 25 countries were identified, which has now grown to 48. ” In India, more than 164 institutions are covered by the Study in India program. The Indian education system is now a well-known brand around the world. Everything from application to admission is now done online and seamlessly, and Study in India is coming soon with its mobile app that will help students easily enroll in the Study in India program. International students have the opportunity to be recruited from top multinationals as most of the best multinationals recruit from India. The Study in India program is now diversifying its focus from STEM education to Buddhism, Yoga and Ayurveda. ” While speaking about the Study in India program, Sandeep Goel, Chief Executive Officer, EdCIL, said: ‘ ‘Based on NAAC and NIRF Ranking by the Indian Government, the top 164 institutes in the country have been selected under the Study in India program. The degrees obtained in Indian universities are recognized internationally. ” Speaking further, Sandeep Goel said: “ If international educational institutions wish to start exchange programs with Indian educational institutes, then EdCIL in progress study in India will cooperate to simplify procedures. for exchange between Indian educational institutions and international universities. ” During his virtual address, V. Muraleedharan said: “ The National Education Policy (NEP) 2020 would transform higher education into the making it more holistic and multidisciplinary by emphasizing skills, entrepreneurship, excellence in quality, including in professional fields. NEP will focus on the development of the Indian approach in the internationalization of higher education. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs works closely with the Ministry of Education to promote the NEP to foreign interlocutors through Indian embassies and consultants. with the 34-year-old National Education Policy of 1986 aimed at making India a vibrant knowledge hub. The new National Education Policy has introduced transformative and qualitative changes in the Indian education system. ” ” With its multidisciplinary approach, flexible curriculum, creative mix of subjects and integration of vocational education , NEP 2020 will serve as a cornerstone to make India a hub of international education, ” added V. Muraleedharan.

Federico Salas Lotfe, Mexican Ambassador to India, speaking on the occasion, said: “Mexico is geographically remote from India, but today, with the help of technology and communication, a solid is established between the two countries, regardless of the distance. The distance has not been an obstacle in the closer ties to improve the contacts between the students and the peoples of the two countries and also the two nations share a common vision for futuristic education. ” Federico Salas Lotfe added, Youth is the future of every country, and today we are gathered here to discuss how we can help students achieve their goals. Strategic efforts should be promoted between the University of Chandigarh and higher education institutions in Mexico to facilitate the process of academic transformation, accreditation and various facilities for students living in different countries. various aspects related to the exchange of students and professors, a meeting was organized between the heads of the universities of the two countries in 2019 and its next edition will be held in India in 2022 and will focus on the strategic partnership to facilitate the higher education for students from both countries, “” added Federico Salas Lotfe.

While speaking about the promotion of collaborative activities between the 2 countries, the Ambassador of the Argentine Republic to India, Hugo Javier Gobbi, said: “India and Argentina have agricultural systems based on technology and two countries should work together in the field of agriculture. India and Argentina can also work together in the field of IT sector as well as in the satellite and space sector with various exchange programs. foreign students studying in India to be part of the practical knowledge program in the fields of engineering and nursing. In order to better understand the needs of world-class industries, opportunities should be provided to African students through internships and industrial visits in Indian industries. India in accordance with African government human resources regulations. Students should receive practical knowledge in addition to theoretical education for qualitative improvements. ” Speaking on this occasion, Ambassador of the Republic of Chile Juan Rolando Angulo Monsalve said: Knowledge programs while promoting the internationalization of science, technology and education. ” Juan Rolando Angulo Monsalve.

Speaking on the occasion, Aaron Nuamah Sintim, First Secretary, Consular Officer, High Commission of Ghana, said: “ The two countries can strengthen cooperation in the fields of research, innovation and creativity , while working together in the field of health sciences to explore more opportunities and possibilities. ” ” There is a need to focus on the attractiveness of the academic system through the new education policy of the government from India which also emphasizes the globalization of education. Indian students should come to Ghana for cultural integration and exchange programs so that Indian students can also learn more about Ghana’s rich heritage, ” added Aaron Nuamah Sintim.

About Chandigarh University Chandigarh University is an NAAC A + grade university and UGC approved stand-alone educational institution. It is located near Chandigarh, in the state of Punjab. It is the youngest university in India and the only private university in the Punjab to have obtained an A + rating from the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC). CU offers over 109 UG and PG programs in engineering, management, pharmacy, law, architecture, journalism, animation, hotel management, commerce and more . It was awarded as the university with the best placements by WCRC.

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