Gujarat’s GIFT City will host sites for two Australian universities: Dharmendra Pradhan

Two Australian colleges – Wollongong and Deakin will before long lay out grounds in Gujarat’s ‘GIFT CITY’, Association Schooling minister Dharmendra Pradhan declared on Wednesday. The two varsities will consent to an arrangement on setting up their grounds one week from now during Australian State leader Anthony Albanese’s lady visit to India.

Pradhan made the declaration during an occasion at Delhi College’s Venkateshwara School, which facilitated Australian Education minister Jason Clare, who is on a four-day visit to the country.

“Two Australian colleges will lay out grounds in the GIFT CITY in Gujarat. We need to cooperate with Australia with openness, reasonableness and nature of instruction for youths,” he said.

The two colleges are Deakin College and Wollongong College.

The Australian priest likewise declared that prominent previous cricketer Adam Gilchrist, the worldwide brand minister of Wollongong College, will help in setting up the college grounds in India.

Discussing the ties between the two nations, Pradhan said both the nations share a few normal things.

“India and Australia share some common things. Both aspirations are similar though the sizes of both countries are different; the strategy roadmap and aspirations are similar. I observe closely the development of Australia from the last 50 years,” the minister said.

“One of the key strategies of Australia is education knowledge and skill development and vocational training. India, being a young nation, we want to collaborate with Australia,” the minister added.

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