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India inks 3 MoUs with Australia to strengthen education

India inks 3 MoUs with Australia to strengthen education

New Delhi, June 29 (UNI) India and Australia signed three Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to strengthen education, training and research relationship between the two countries, a statement said here on Friday.

A Joint Communiqué issued after bilateral meeting, between Minister of Human Resource Development Prakash Javadekar and host Australian Minister of Education and Training Simon Birmingham in Adelaide, Australia, emphasised on institutional partnership, collaboration in school policy, online education and skill development & vocational education and Training.

Mr Javadekar said that my discussion with Mr. Birmingham has been fruitful and will take the India Australia education cooperation to a new level.



Three Institutional Agreements have also been signed in the presence of Mr Javadekar and his Australian counterpart today.

These agreements are Deakin University agreement with India’s Central Jammu University, Curtin University agreement with the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati and Indian National Council of Education Research and Training and Western Sydney University MoU with India’s Centurion University.



Earlier, both the ministers had met during the Australia-India Education Council meeting in Adelaide.

The Ministers agreed and laid stress on the importance of education and skills training as a critical mechanism to address the challenges of economic growth.

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