Taiwan Higher Education Exposition to be held in Delhi

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By Sarkaritel October 13, 2015 09:52

Taiwan Higher Education Exposition to be held in Delhi


New Delhi, Oct 13 The “Taiwan Higher Education Exposition 2015” (THEE) is a two-day event, with free entry, to be held on 17th and 18th October, 2015 at the Park Hotel in New Delhi, India. Used to be held in conjunction with the “EMMA (Electronics, Machinery & Molds, Auto Parts) Expo India” in the southern India, THEE will be curated independently this year.

14 High Ranked Institutes from Taiwan to Attend

Supported by Ministry of Education, R.O.C. (Taiwan) and Taipei Economic and Cultural Center in India, Taiwan Education Center (TEC) at National Tsing Hua University (NTHU) organized“Taiwan Higher Education Exposition 2015”,an excellent meeting point for students in India to learn more about the high quality and excellency of Taiwan Higher Education.

Higher educational institutes fromTaiwan are going to present theirinnovative and solid academic performanceas well as introduce vocational and other programstoall Indian students.14 prestigious institutes from a wide range of fields, including National Cheng Kung University, National Chiao Tung University, National Tsing Hua University, National Dong Hwa University,Kaohsiung Medical University, Taipei Medical University, National Taipei University of Technology (Taipei Tech), Tamkang University,Chang Jung Christian University, Chaoyang University of Technology, Nanhua University, Wu Feng University, Taipei Computer Association and, the host of the expo, TEC at NTHU, will attendthis fair in New Delhi.

Indian students can retrieve first-hand information, hold counsel withthe representatives of the institutes face-to-face and explore various departments and programs. Multitudinousscholarship opportunities and internship offers for international students are awaited for the discovery in the exposition.

A New Imagination to Be Envisioned Coupling Taiwan and India

India’s steady economy growth has greatly increased the need for higher education, yet the country’s existing universities are unable to meet the demand. Besides, universities around the globe, Taiwan especially, which has been suffering from declining birth rate , are in need of talented students, of which India has a great abundance. Hong Hocheng, President of NTHU, stressed that the time is right for strengthening bilateral ties between Taiwan and India.

Having foreseen thetremendous growth potentials of India, in 2011, NTHU accepted the commission from Ministry of Education, Taiwan, to establish Taiwan Education Center, which functions as a platform to deepen mutual understandingsfor Taiwanese and Indians and to grow bilateral cooperation. Currently 5 offices of TEC are operating in India: 4 in New Delhi and 1 in Chennai; and to date these 5 centers have provided Mandarin training and Chinese/Taiwanese cultural events to over 1,500 students to strengthen their ability for advanced education and expanded career in Taiwan. A bridge between India and Taiwan has been built and a broad road has been anticipated.

In addition to the Expo, Taiwan’s delegation comprised of the schools will also visit a number of leading research and academic institutions such as Jawaharlal Nehru University, IIT Delhi, O. P. Jindal Global University, and Amity University, obtaining insight into the current state of Education in India, as well as opportunities for future collaboration.

Sarkaritel
By Sarkaritel October 13, 2015 09:52