New Delhi: There is tremendous changes which we all have to bringdown to the education system, some of them have already been introduced into the institutions some are urgently required to bring love, peace, and unity to the World. This can only be possible when we all have to believe that education in the most priority segment and start talking globally on the subject,” said Dr. Sandeep Marwah Chancellor AAFT University and Global Advisor of AASGON in a well organised event at Gymkhana Club addressing the large audience supporting the cause of education.
“The GSUA summit, awards and exhibition will witness the official inauguration of the Global South Universities Association (GSUA) and the launch of the Global South Centre for Research, Innovation, Peace and Technology for Sustainable Development (G-SCRIPTS-D) as well as provide a discussion platform on the world’s fragmented education and the pressing concern on the delivery of ethical, qualitative and skilful education,” informed Dr. Abdul Dewale Mohammed President of AASGON declaring the date from 14th to 16th April at Vigyan Bhawan.
“With the share of good practices, the discussions will aim to take the dialogue from strategy towards implementation, and the possible models that can work best for in particular, the developing countries of the Global South as a means to narrowing the ever increasing Global – North South Divide and the rebuilding of the bricks of our fractured world as propagated in 2018 by the World Economic Forum in Davos Switzerland,” added Brijesh Mathur Secretary General of AASGON.
Many people contributed their ideas during the session including ambassadors, educationists, doctors, business men, people from art and culture fraternity, and from different professional categories.
The Africa Asia Scholars Global Network is a signatory to the UN Global Compact and member of the UK stakeholders for sustainable development. Established on 10th October 2010 AASGON is a registered UK not for Profit multilateral organisation committed to the FOSTERING of Good Governance. Human Capital Development Innovation and Academic Entrepreneurship through stragic partnership and people centred policies and program.