The University Grants Commission (UGC) today asked colleges, universities and universities to invite their students and faculty to submit ideas for creating state-of-the-art digital experience for the G20 meetings.
The National e-Governance Division (NeGD), Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and Government of India are now inviting applications for expressions of interest from interested Indian entrepreneurs, start-ups , companies and university students to conceptualize the current state. -digital art experience using the latest emerging technologies for the G20 meeting to be held in various Indian cities.
UGC Letter on:
Invitation for Expression of Interest (EOL) from faculty and students to collect ideas for creating state-of-the-art Digital Experiences for G20 meetings.
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“All universities and their affiliated university institutions are requested to encourage their faculty and students to actively participate and submit their expression of interest with all necessary documents duly signed by an authorized signatory (or zip files via email ),” UGC said. in a letter to universities.
Interested participants have until 16:00 on November 18 to submit their expression of interest with all necessary documents duly signed by an authorized signatory.
According to the official calendar, the opening date for expressions of interest is November 21 at 16:00, and the date for the declaration of shortlisted ideas has not yet been decided.