Ambassador Dr Martin Ney hosts Indian industrialists
The ‚Alliance for Dual VET‘ took important decisions for its further development during a meeting of the Indian industrialists on invitation by Ambassador Dr. Martin Ney. The aim of the alliance, which was founded in March, is to contribute to the establishment of dual training structures in India similar to German standards.
"I am pleased that Germany is held in such high regard around the world", said German Foreign Minister, Sigmar Gabriel, in his statement following the results of the Nation Brands Index survey.
"Our common message is that we want to protect our planet," declared Chancellor Angela Merkel at the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Bonn. With Federal President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and French President Emmanuel Macron she called for resolute action.
In India, 33 refugees were awarded scholarship this year under the DAFInitiative of the German Government. With a contribution of 40,52,910 INR, the scholarship programme is supporting the selected applicants to pursue their education at tertiary level (Universities and polytechnic institutes).
German Embassy New Delhi in collaboration with the German House for Innovation and Research (DWIH) organised an Indo-German Symposium on Science Communication under the title ‘Bringing Science to people’ on 7th November.
Minister of State of German Ministry for Food & Agriculture, Peter Bleser, emphasized in his opening address the opportunities for German companies to make 'Make in India' as much a success for India by creating jobs and to raise income as a success for their own business.
The Culture Department of the German Embassy received the students and teachers of Rukmini Devi Public School (RDPS) Pitampura, Delhi and Obermenzinger Gymnasium, Munich at the German Embassy on 1st November.
Dr. Jasper Wieck, Deputy Chief of Mission at the German Embassy, underlined Germany’s interest in an early relaunch of the Free Trade negotiations between the EU and India while delivering a speech at a round-table organized by The Bertelsmann Foundation together with The Hindu Business Line.
Three Indians among GreenTalents 2017 Awardees
Three Indians are among the winners of this year's Green Talents Awards for their innovative ideas. The German Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) hosts the prestigious 'Green Talents – International Forum for High Potentials in Sustainable Development' to promote the international exchange of innovative green ideas. This year the jury has chosen 25 Green Talents from 21 different countries.
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About Green Talents Awards
Germany is seeking to become a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council. Former Foreign Minister Steinmeier announced the candidacy for 2019/20 in Hamburg on 27th June. The elections are expected to take place at the General Assembly in June 2018.