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India on Thursday began its G20 presidency journey with the “University Connect” programme by engaging with students of universities across the country, University Grants Commission UGC chairman M Jagadesh Kumar said.

“During India’s G20 presidency, students of several universities will create awareness about the importance of the G20 presidency and how India can be a role model for the rest of the world through its G20



presidency of healing, harmony, and hope,” the UGC Chairman said.

“It is wonderful that India began today its G20 presidency journey with “University Connect” by engaging with students of universities across the country.

“India formally assumed the G20 presidency on December 1 with a focus on counter-terrorism and “unity” in tackling global challenges, such as economic slowdown and climate crisis,” he said.
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