The G20 summit will begin today at the historic Khalsa College in Amritsar. About 55 delegates from 28 countries belonging to the G20 will participate in the summit. The conference being organized by the Union Ministry of Education will include seminars, exhibitions and meetings of various working groups.
Apart from the members of the Second Education Working Group, representatives of UNESCO, UNICEF and other international organizations will also participate in this conference.
This seminar is organized by IISC. It will begin with a presentation on research initiatives in G20 countries by Professor Gobind Rangarajan, Director, Bangalore. There will also be two sessions of discussion in the seminar, one of which will be chaired by the director of IIT Ropar, Professor Rajeev Ahuja, while the second session will be chaired by the director of TISS Mumbai, Dr. Shalini will be performed by India.
Representatives of India, France, England, Australia, Oman, South Africa, UNICEF China etc. will participate in the panel discussion. Along with the seminar, a multimedia exhibition will also be organized, in which research, innovation, cooperation and partnership efforts will be presented.
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