The University of Pune and the Institut français will organize the 3rd India France 2021 Knowledge Summit from November 24 to 26
The University of Pune and the French Institute organize the KS3 online | Photo credit: iStock Images
- India France Knowledge Summit 2021 would be held from November 24 to November 26, 2021.
- The summit would be organized in collaboration by the University of Pune and the French Institute.
- The last two editions took place in New Delhi and Lyon.
The University of Pune and the Institut français will organize the 3rd India France Knowledge Summit 2021 from November 24 to 26, 2021. This year, the summit will be held online. However, two editions took place in 2018 and 2019 in New Delhi and Lyon, respectively. India France Knowledge Summit is a bilateral forum dedicated to scientific and academic cooperation between France and India.
The first edition was organized during the visit of President Emmanuel Macron to India. On the other hand, the cumulative number of participants in previous editions stood at 400. This year, an increase in the number of participants is expected as the summit will be held online. India France Knowledge Summit 2021 will focus on research and scientific activities.
The main objective of this summit is to promote the tools and methods to better structure the cooperation between the two countries and its alignment with the ongoing reforms. The summit press conference was held yesterday November 24, 2021. The forum offers a series of interactive sessions to discuss aviation, aerospace, smart cities, electric mobility, urban planning and architecture, agriculture and food processing taken between the two countries.
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During the press release, one of the officials said: “This is an opportunity for our respective countries to highlight the success of our scientific collaboration, to draw new avenues of joint research work and also to discuss and exchange ideas on global challenges; it had to be tackled.