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Webinar on Disruptions in the Education Industry by FICCI [Jun 11, 10 AM]: Registrations Open

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About the Webinar

FICCI in partnership with India New Zealand Business Council is organizing a Webinar on “Disruptions in the Education Industry” on 11th June, 2020. This webinar aims to highlight the current challenges and issues arising in Education industry in India and New Zealand due to COVID 19 outbreak and the prospects for future cooperation.

The outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted the education sector like never before. COVID-19 has come as an unprecedented challenge to international education as well with a sudden break on the international study aspirations for students.

India and New Zealand is an important part of multi-dimensional relationship and Education has been one of the most promising sector for bilateral engagement between India and New Zealand. India is the second-largest source of students in New Zealand.

The webinar will focus on how India and New Zealand can embrace the opportunity for international education partnerships, avenues to build institutional engagement between the universities, through faculty/student relationships and exchanges, research and innovation collaboration and information sharing in New Normal.

Date: 11th June, 2020

Timing: 10 AM-11 AM (IST)/ 4.30 PM- 5.30 PM (NZT)

Registration
  • Interested one can register via this page.
  • Registration fee: INR 1500+ GST

For more details, click here.

 

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