3-day education working group meeting of G20 begins in Bhubaneswar
Education Working Group (EdWG) meeting of G20 has begun in Bhubaneswar today. It shall be held for three days.
Bhubaneswar: The three-day Education Working Group (EdWG) meeting under G20 has begun in Bhubaneswar from Wednesday.
Three-day Education Working Group (EdWG) meeting of G20 has begun in Bhubaneswar today. The event is being attended by G20 member countries, guest countries, and invited organizations such as Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), and United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund (UNICEF).
The G20 Education Working Group workshop started in Bhubaneswar. Union Minister of State for Education Dr. Subash Sarkar inaugurated the workshop. The representatives of various countries have assembled together in the CSIR-Institute of Minerals and Materials Technology (CSIR-IMMT) institute in Bhubaneswar for the program.
In the seminar shall be discussed the issue of skill development for lifelong education in the field of future of work. Representatives of the G-20 countries are scheduled to discuss on the issue in the workshop in Bhubaneswar.
As many as 63 delegates from 27 nations are expected to attend the three-day event. This discussion cycle is expected to create various opportunities for detailed discussion at the Education Working Group meetings, said reliable reports on Wednesday.
The schedule says that, three panel discussions will be held on this occasion of the three-day workshop in Bhubaneswar. In the first session, emphasis will be placed on making the educational institutions all over the worldready for the future course of action related to the issues of labour market and skill development.