Global Education Summit at Chandigarh University

 Focussing academic partnerships, Global Education Summit commences at Chandigarh University


Top Leaders in World Education deliberated on collaborative education models, new policies, future job prospects

MOHALI: Two-days long Global Education Summit -2022 held at Chandigarh UniversityGharuan, in which Vice-Chancellors of over top 50 Universities from 27 countries participated to formulate and strengthen international academic collaborations in Higher education for innovative teaching methods and global sustainability of academic models.

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The experts discussed over the opportunities generated from partnering up of universities

The discussion initially stressed upon the blended learning as many Universities are into blended learning due to increasing cost of education due to required infrastructure as number of students are also on rise. Students from remote location could easily access to education from suitable locations.


The Covid-19 outbreak have been a struggle for which have led the institutions to be more adaptable to accommodate changes to provided opportunity to establish new networks and cooperation amongst themselves.


The summit by Chandigarh University was an attempt to furthering the vision of honourable Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s new education policy which have stressed upon internationalization of education which encouraged the Indian institutions to establish the partnership with best international institutes across the world.


Two Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs ) were signed by Chandigarh University with Iloilo Science & amp: Technology University, Philippines and Bugema University, Uganda

The Summit hold the discussions regarding the usage of innovation for improvement in Quality of Life,  Sustainable Models for Blended Learning in the Post Covid Era, Meeting with future aspirations of students through partnering up , Defining Universal Skills for Employability without Borders and to create Research Oriented Teaching Learning Model.

The further, the summit discussed upon the crisis cited from New World Economic Forum report which says 75 million jobs will be replaced by Artificial Intelligence, Automation and Robotics but due to embedment of technological advancements into education around 133 million jobs will be created by year 2022.


Many positive aspects have been raised during the Covid-19 pandemic as universities from all around the world have joined hands through using technological advancements for saving problems being faced by world. Thus, there is a need to add new things for removing the redundant things.