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JAIN (Deemed-to-be-University) and Zambia forge educational partnership at National Youth Indaba

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Lusaka /Bengaluru : Dr. Chenraj Roychand, Chancellor of JAIN (Deemed-to-be-University), engaged in a productive dialogue with the Honorable President of the Republic of Zambia, Hakainde Hichilema, during the National Youth Indaba Event held on 15th March in Lusaka, the capital city of the Republic of Zambia.

During their meeting, Dr. Roychand and President Hichilema shared their vision of youth empowerment through specific courses and various skill development programs in which Dr. Roychand elaborated on JAIN University offering niche programs designed to meet the evolving aspirations of the students. Dr. Roychand also highlighted the potential for Zambian students to pursue higher education and job opportunities in India.

Dr. Roychand said, “The meeting with the Honorable President of Zambia was highly fruitful. We discussed fostering knowledge and cultural exchange between our countries and addressing the skill requirements of Indian graduates in Zambia and vice versa. This will empower the youth from both sides to thrive in an increasingly interconnected world where JAIN University will contribute its crucial part by offering its distinctive and skill-based programs dedicated to meeting the needs of young, vibrant students”.

The event witnessed the official launch of the MYSA Mission – Skills for Tomorrow initiative in collaboration with JAIN University, aimed at empowering the youth with essential skills for the future.

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