New Delhi: India has entered into Educational Exchange Programmes (EEPs)/Memorandum of Understandings or through Joint Statements with 51 countries of the World. Idea is to support the education industry to its best ,” informed Dr. Sandeep Marwah President CEGR- Centre for Education Growth and Research and Chancellor AAFT University of Media and Arts in a conference organised by WPDRF- World Peace Development and Research Foundation at its international headquarters at Noida Film City.
These countries are Mongolia, Armenia, Tanzania, Guyana, Israel, Australia, Myanmar, Hungary, Syria, Uzbekistan, New Zealand, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Mexico, Brazil, Afghanistan, Croatia, Ecuador, Rwanda, Saudi Arabia, China, Portugal, France, Ethiopia, Vietnam, Oman, South Africa, Norway, Chile, Kuwait, Botswana, Malaysia, Turkmenistan, Canada, Indonesia, Mozambique, Russia, Trinidad & Tobago, Mauritius, Yemen, Qatar, Tajikistan, Burundi, Belarus, Republic of Korea, Germany, Estonia U.S.A., United Kingdom, Czech Republic and Peru added Dr. Marwah.
We have also created these international committees in ICMEI- International Chamber of Media and Entertainment Industry to pursue further in education. The EEPs or MOUs envisage cooperation through several initiatives like Exchange of scholars, students or researchers, Sharing of information and publications, Organizing joint seminars, workshops & conferences, Working towards mutual recognition of qualifications and Developing institutional linkages informed Dr. Marwah now on the board of AICTE, Ministry of Education, Government of India.
India also has educational cooperation activities with different international organizations and multi-lateral bodies like UNESCO, Commonwealth of Learning, E-9. BRICS, SAARC, India-Brazil-South Africa (IBSA), East Asia Summit (EAS), Association of South-East Asian Nations (ASEAN), Indian Ocean Rim-Association for Regional Cooperation (IOR-ARC), Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), European Union (EU) etc.