Hyderabad is going to organize the fourth edition of the Indo-Global Education Summit 2012 starting from September sixth onwards. The objective is to advance research and academic collaborations, promote universal equitable access to education, and to make India an economic competitor in the global market.
CD Arha, Chairman, of the Indus Foundation shared, “The Indian economy is transforming into an international powerhouse, which requires India to have the best possible educational opportunities. We are seeking meaningful collaborations for making values to exchange undergraduate programs, to access global knowledge etc”. The collaborations will mainly work towards tackling issues like global warming.
AR Reddy, vice-chancellor of Yogi Vemana University said, “Andhra Pradesh alone requires around 30 universities to meet the current level of demand. We should first strengthen our state universities to gain more benefits from these global educational partnerships”.
The Indo-Global Summit will see the participation of top 200 foreign universities and over 1,000 Indian universities.