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The Australian delegation led by Education Minister Jason Clare held a high-level meeting with the Indian delegation led by Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan on 1st March 2023. They discussed ways to deepen engagements to empower youth in both countries and make the education and skills sector more vibrant. The Australian delegation is on a 5-day visit to India from 28th February to 4th March 2023 to foster India-Australia relations in the field of education.
Deepening Ties through Two-way mobility:
A student engagement event on the theme “Deepening Ties through Two-way mobility” was organised at Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi. While addressing the gathering, Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said that India and Australia are deepening ties through two-way mobility to fulfil 21st century aspirations. He further said that Education is the key to all transformation. Therefore, education is the natural ‘mother’ for all transformation and partnerships.
Educational linkages with different countries help open opportunities for students to explore and gain new learnings. As students are exposed to diverse cultures and also different perspective of similar challenges. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan informed that two Australian universities will soon establish campuses in Gujarat. He reiterated that India remains committed to partnering with Australia to make quality education more accessible and affordable.
Power of education not only changes lives of individuals but transforms nations: Australian Education Minister Jason Clare
Education is one such tool which not only changes individual lives and benefits society but also transforms nations. Hence, Australian Education Minister Jason Clare talked about the power of education to pave way for collaborative progress. He said, “Many Australians who have been educated in the University of Delhi are now making a mark in the world.” He informed that the University of Delhi has MoU with 3 Australian Universities and furthermore MoU will be signed. Such educational MoUs between the two countries will pave way for setting up a mechanism for mutual progress.
Former International Cricketer Adam Gilchrist, who is also Global Brand Ambassador of University of Wollongong stressed on deepening ties between India and Australia in the field of education. He was impressed by the new National Education Policy and said, “NEP can be the ground for future educational strategies and policies of the world.” The young students and neoteric innovators gave a glimpse of the activity-based, joyful and curiosity-driven learning practiced in our classrooms as envisaged in the NEP 2020.
Further, the delegation visited Kendriya Vidyalaya No.2, Delhi Cantonment where they interacted with the school students and were introduced to Atal Tinkering Labs, Science Laboratories and Computer lab. They also witnessed a cultural programme showcasing a dance performance on the theme ‘Ek Bharat Shrestha Bharat’ and a yoga presentation. The visit was concluded with a plantation drive in the school premises.
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