Higher Education Minister Jeetu Patwari has said that Hindustan is a country of possibilities and the heartland Madhya Pradesh has immense potential in the field of education and sports. Mr Patwari was discussing ‘Exploring Collaboration in Education and Youth Welfare and Sports between the UK and India (MP)’ at the British Parliament in London.
Minister Shri Patwari said that India and UK have had an unwavering relationship for the last several decades. UK has always supported India. He said that Madhya Pradesh has emerged as a major investment option in India. We have formulated sectorwise policies to encourage industrial investment in the state. In October, ‘Magnificent Madhya Pradesh’ investor summit is being organized in Indore. Mr. Patwari said that the investment process will work with full transparency. Work will be done in a planned manner to ensure employment to the people of the state.
Minister Shri Patwari said that many new innovations are being done in the field of education and sports in Madhya Pradesh. He said that about 80 percent of the innovations being done by Cambridge Assessment English have been started in Madhya Pradesh for the last six months. It is a matter of pride.
Minister Shri Patwari said that many new innovations are being done in the field of education and sports in Madhya Pradesh.
Establishment of Skills and Sports University
Higher Education, Sports and Youth Welfare Minister Jitu Patwari informed that a skill and sports university will soon be established in Indore. He said that industrial units should prepare such syllabus, which should be based on the needs and products of the industries. With this we will be able to prepare our students accordingly.
On this occasion Virendra Sharma, Chairman of Indo-British All Party Parliamentary Group, Executive President and Co-Founder of Global Policy Insights Udaya Nagaraju, Deputy Mayor of London Rajesh Aggarwal, Regional Network Chairman Kevin Beth of University of UK International, Senior Policy Advisor Ms. Anna Sonley, Chairman of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, Kudzai Muronzi and Commissioner Higher Education Raghavendra Singh was also present.