India’s ambassador to the United States, Taranjit Singh Sandhu interacted with the presidents of 10 US universities to strengthen existing relationships
India’s Ambassador to the United States, Taranjit Singh Sandhu, interacted with the heads of some of the top American universities on August 20, after which Sandhu took to Twitter. “Strengthening education & technology pillars of India and US partnership! Delighted to interact w/ Presidents of 10 US Universities in a hybrid format. Excited to see the enthusiasm on both sides for deepening the connection,” his tweet read.
“As democracies with shared values, open change of information, data and concepts is integral to India-US members of the family. Strengthening generation, and innovation partnership could also be central to strengthening the strategic pillar of our dating. The high minister and schooling minister are eager about strengthening the data partnership between each of our international locations,” Sandhu stated in his deal with the president of US universities.
Among those who attended the assembly were Satish K Tripathi, State College of New York, Buffalo; Pradeep Khosla (College of California, San Diego); Michael Rao (Virginia Commonwealth College), Prof. Kumble Subbaswamy (College of Massachusetts, Amherst); Ashish Vaidya (Northern Kentucky College), Renu Khator (College of Houston), Venkat Reddy (College of Colorado, Colorado Springs), Mauli Agrawal (College of Missouri, Kansas Town), Mantosh Dewan (Upstate Scientific College, SUNY) and Mahesh Daas (Boston Architectural Faculty, Boston).
There are 16 presidents of Indian origin in various US universities.
In recent months, Sandhu has visited many universities including Georgia Tech, Emory University, University of California Angeles. “We’re happy with your achievements; we additionally hope that we can have a number of extra good fortune tales within the years forward. It’s not on the subject of extra scholars or extra school tie-ups,” the ambassador told the participants.
“Those are essential, on the other hand, I wish to see the advent of a suite of equipment for engagement on an extra sustained foundation. Are we able to create a digital platform the place we usher in Universities in each international location? Are we able to facilitate seamless data flows? Are we able to advertise extra joint analysis?” he added.
“I’ve written to chancellors/presidents of around 75 universities. I have had digital interactions additionally with lots of them. I see the possibility of doing much more. Each of you has the most important position to play in this regard,” he stated.
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