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World: Union Education Minister on a four-day visit to Australia, will talk on these issues

New Delhi: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan began his four-day visit to Australia on Saturday. During the visit, the Union Ministers will hold talks to widen ties between the two countries in the areas of learning, skills, research, innovation and entrepreneurship. During the visit, Pradhan will co-chair the sixth meeting of the Australia-India Education Council with his Australian counterpart Jason Clare.

In a statement ahead of his departure, the Union Minister said that the reforms in India’s education sector and the renewed vigor in India-Australia relations have created immense potential for both sides to “establish the knowledge economy as a key pillar of our cooperation”. Opportunities have opened up. Let us tell you that Dharmendra is also the Union Minister for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship along with the Prime Minister of Education. The Union Minister said that this visit will accelerate our unity, help in building international knowledge bridges, at all levels in all areas of learning, skilling. Will widen our association. It will be our aim to deepen research, innovation and entrepreneurship and people-to-people engagement during the visit, he said.

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On August 21, the first day of his visit, the Union Minister will interact with people of Indian origin. He will visit Western Sydney University (WSU) the next day to co-chair the sixth meeting of the Australia India Education Council with Jason Clare. NSW Education Minister Sarah Mitchell will be visiting a school with the Union Minister. He will also visit Sydney-based TAFE NSF (leading education provider in Australia) and the University of New South Wales (UNSW) where he will interact with Vice-Chancellors and senior representatives of the Australian Government, Department of Education.

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