It is high time policymakers saw universities as vital parts of cities. A university spawn innovative ideas and diverse talent, which, combined, can create new businesses, jobs, vibrant communities and fresh tax sources.
On 22 November, Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the follow-up virtual summit of the G20 before passing on the baton to Brazil, another developing country in the unusual trail that encompasses Indonesia, India, Brazil, and South Africa. This is essential to ensure that the legitimate aspirations and needs of the Global South are not lost in the ongoing din of global disorder and geopolitical contestations. India, immediately after assuming the presidency of G20, had called for a Global South summit to take onboard their concerns and requirements at this increasingly important G20 forum as the UN and others have been losing their sheen.
Dr. Palit presented a PPT on Digital and Tech Diplomacy in International Relations. Her PPT briefed us on India’s Digital Public Diplomacy and Brand Building Efforts, Social Media Enabled Public Diplomacy, Social Media Deployed Communication and Brand Building, The Nation as a Brand, What do Brand Building Achieve for the Countries? How is India Communicating its Brand?
Professor Bhattacharya, presented a ppt on UN and the evolving Multilateralism. Her PPT gave a holistic summary on What is Multilateralism, Challenges to Multilateralism in the UN, Evolving Multilateral Institutions, Preferred level of involvement of UN in Countries across the World and reform in the UN needed on an urgent basis.
The founding women recognised how Constitution could be an agent of social change. In the same, the Women’s Reservation Bill could pave the way for women’s empowerment.
For students specializing in Nutrition and Dietetics, the path to influencing public health policies offers a unique
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