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Sushma Swaraj: India educational and best institutions' hub for the world
On 28 January 2019, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj called India a hub of education.

Her eyes were twinkling while distributing the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) Distinguished Alumni Award 2018. She stated that it has been a center of attraction for the students across the globe. Many renowned educational institutions like IITs, IIMs, NITs and state-of-art varsities are here to impart world-class knowledge, as per her remarks. 

The minister showed her gratitude to the Indian education system. She said with heartfelt honour, "Indian education system has been developed since the 5th century BC, wherefrom the institutions like Nalanda, Takshshila and Vikramshila have been commendable."

Also, the External Affairs minister threw light on the bilateral process of education and career in govt. jobs and private sector. She said, "It's not a unilateral process. Rather, it's a matter of mutual exchange of ideas."

The minister underlined the fact that the incoming students from the foreign countries attract the rich culture and their history along. Their footfall is an opportunity for the domestic students to grab what incredible they have in them.   

While spotlighting the benefits of interaction with the global students, she stated that the rich cultural exchange and cross-fertilization of ideas during the crucial years of education are building blocks. They lay a foundation of the global citizens and future leaders.

She was pressing on the need of imparting education. According to her, this education is the best weapon to combat some of the points of contentions that are a threat and a puzzle for all countries in the world today.

While elaborating these contentions, she spotlighted the matters related to climate change and protection of the environment for the upcoming generations. Also, she amplified about the matter of world peace, energy security, food security and equality with others in the country. 

She was describing what advantages of mutual learning can blow one's mind. When students from across the world share a common roof to study together, they share solutions mutually driven from their experiences. They push to contribute towards the growth and dynamic development together.

Sushma Swaraj stated, "The unequal growth and disharmony or threat-to-peace are the biggest threats that the world is countering. Education has the power to address the aforementioned contentions together. "

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