The University Grants Commission (UGC) is set to host a G20 university connect programme on September 26 at Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi. The event is scheduled to commence at 3 pm. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will engage in an interactive session with the vice-chancellors, principals, faculty members, and students from universities and colleges in the Delhi NCR region. During the event, the Indian team representing G20 will provide insights into the outcomes of the G20 event. Faculty coordinators and students from various Higher Educational Institutions (HEIs) who wish to attend the G20 University Connect programme must complete the registration process through the provided link by the Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS) at viablesoft.ors.in/risinvitationex o23VDionlineree lstratron.asDx.
It is essential for both students and faculty coordinators to assemble at the venue by 2 pm to facilitate a smooth entry process and security clearance. Please note that no student or faculty coordinators will be allowed to enter the event without prior registration.
“In view of the above, the Higher Educational Institutions (HEts) of the National Capital Region (NCR) are requested to participate in the event by nominating 30-40 students and two faculty members to attend the programme. The Head of the Institution is also invited to join the event,” said UGC in an official statement.
The UGC stated that a faculty coordinator will be designated to ensure efficient coordination during the event. Those who have been nominated for coordination responsibilities must provide their information, including their email ID and mobile number, to [email protected].
The University Connect programme is organised by the Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), New Delhi, with the backing of the G20 Secretariat.
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