EdCIL Hosts “Study in India” Diplomatic Conclave to Showcase India’s Education Sector | India News
New Delhi: As part of Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsava, India’s 75th Independence Day celebrations, EdCIL organized the “Study in India” Diplomatic Conclave to showcase India’s education sector, especially the policies and programs aimed at providing educational opportunities to foreign students in India.
The event was held at Sushma Swaraj Bhawan in New Delhi on Thursday, February 24 with the participation of diplomats from 20 countries around the world.
Union Minister of State for External Affairs and Education Rajkumar Ranjan Singh presided over the opening ceremony attended by Saurabh Kumar – Secretary (East), Anil Kumar Rai – Deputy Secretary (Coord and Parliament ) and senior officials of EdCIL (India) Limited.
In its opening remarks, the MoS highlighted the opportunities offered to international students under the Government of India’s “Study in India” scheme to enhance partnership between countries in the education sector.
Singh said the Conclave is organized to showcase India’s association with friendly foreign countries through exchanges and educational ties.
The objective of the ‘Study in India Diplomatic Conclave’ was to promote the sharing of best academic and research practices through interactions between various education systems through foreign dignitaries who also helped to understand the systems of higher education in various international markets.
The admission process for “Study in India” is entirely online where a student has to go to the website (www.studyinindia.gov.in), register, login, fill in student information, choose fee waived courses in the best institute of your choice and submit the application. After the mock and final consultation rounds, your chosen colleges will respond to you with the award letter. The whole process is free.