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While Covid-19 might be one of the factors hindering the growth of the education sector, the experts also pointed out technical and social issues.

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Foreign educationists cite problems faced by universities in setting up centres in India

While Covid-19 might be one of the factors hindering the growth of the education sector, the experts also pointed out technical and social issues.











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Bengaluru | Updated: September 20, 2022 8:13:07 pm



































The three-day education fair, Didac India, is being held to empower and improve the quality of education through collaborations and idea exchange sessions.While the India Didactics Association is hosting a three-day education fair, Didac India, starting Wednesday and the Asian Summit on Education and Skills (ASES) was held in Bengaluru Tuesday, many proposals and plans of foreign universities to come to India are not seeing the light of day, said experts.

The education fair is being held to empower and improve the quality of education through collaborations and idea exchange sessions, said officials.

While Covid-19 might be one of the factors hindering the growth of the education sector, educationists from different foreign universities and delegates from education departments of different counties point out that a lot of technical and social issues are not in favour for their India plans to take off.

“In 2019, Saudi Arabia and India had agreed to set up an IIT Delhi campus in Saudi Arabia but the proposal has been lying without any outcome,” said Dr Adel Hamad Alzenedy, the vice-governor for Technical and Vocational Training Corporation, government of the kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Speaking to indianexpress.com, Alzenedy said, “We are not able to visit India often to set the ball rolling because of the tough visa rules. It is taking nearly three to four weeks to process visas and in turn, it is creating hurdles for us in creating a robust roadmap for planning, designing and executing the proposal. We are looking up to IIT to work on introducing Artificial Intelligence programmes, automotive training and machine learning into our curriculums. We are hoping that this summit will translate into something positive so that we can pursue the proposal more effectively.”

https://indianexpress.com/article/education/foreign-educationists-cite-problems-faced-by-universities-in-setting-up-centres-in-india-8162353/


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