Northcap University, in collaboration with the British Council and the Haryana State Higher Education Council, organized an interactive session on ‘Going Global Partnership 2021’ in line with NEP 2020.
Northcap University has organized an interactive session on ‘Going Global Partnership 2021’ by Haryana State Higher Education Council and British Council. During the event, Kanwar Pal Gujjar, Minister of Education, shared his special remarks on Haryana education with the Government of Haryana. Vice-Chancellors of private and state-funded universities were also present at the session.
In keeping with the spirit of NEP-2020, the British Council, the UK’s Educational and Cultural Opportunities Agency, has launched ‘Going Global Partnerships’ with a strong focus on providing flexibility to students and creating a customized program of study. Through the ‘Going Global Partnerships’, the British Council aims to strengthen the Indo-UK partnership by financing co-developed, joint study programs.
Rashi Jain, Director North India, British Council; He said, “India and the United Kingdom have a long-standing relationship in education cooperation and we are committed to enabling internationalization in India’s higher education system. The ‘Going Global Partnerships’ will create opportunities for young people in India and the United Kingdom, both of whom have the ambition of knowledge as well as experience of international learning. “