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Research Conference on BRICS took place in India hosted by the University of Kota

The 2nd BRICS Research Conference 2023 was held from 13-15 February

The 2nd BRICS Research Conference began on 13th February 2023, hosted by the University of Kota in Rajasthan, India. Professor Dr Neelima Singh, the Honourable Vice Chancellor of the University of Kota, inaugurated the three-day conference. TV BRICS is a media partner of the event. 

The NIHSS, South Africa, through the DUT-BRICS Research Institute, supported the conference. 

In her opening remarks, she highlighted the significance of the BRICS nations and the need for greater cooperation and collaboration among the participating countries. Furthermore, she emphasized the importance of research and academic discourse in identifying and addressing the challenges faced by the region.

Dr Anukrati Sharma, the convenor of the conference, gave a dialogue on the critical issues facing the BRICS region.

She highlighted the need for interdisciplinary research that encompasses a broader range of fields, including economics, politics, and social sciences.

The three-day conference aimed at bringing together researchers, academics, and industry experts from the BRICS countries to discuss and explore various regional issues and challenges, including economic, social, and political aspects.

On the first day of conference, Professor Dr Fulufhelo Netswera, the Executive Dean of Durban University of Technology in South Africa, featured a keynote address. He highlighted the significance of the BRICS countries in the current global economic and political scenario. He discussed the need for a new development model that prioritizes sustainable growth, social equity, and environmental conservation.

Dr Ashu Rani, the Honourable Vice Chancellor of Agra University, also spoke as the Chief Guest at the conference. Dr Rani spoke about the need for greater collaboration between universities and industries to drive innovation and technological advancements.

The conference also had a guest of honour, Mrs Poonam Mehta, who spoke about the importance of women's participation in research and development activities.

The second day began with a pleasant Hi-Tea, where the attendees had an opportunity to network and exchange ideas before the start of the Symposium.

The Symposium comprised technical sessions by eminent scholars and researchers who discussed the current state of BRICS countries and their prospects. The attendees gained insights on various topics ranging from economics, politics, education, and healthcare.

The final Day of the 2nd BRICS Research Conference hosted by the University of Kota, Rajasthan, was a grand affair, with a series of engaging activities that culminated in a closing ceremony. The Day started with an exciting activity, providing participants with a platform to network and discuss their research projects.

The Chief Guest of the event was Kota City IPS, who appreciated the work done by the University of Kota and congratulated the organizers for hosting a successful event.

Dr Neelima Singh, emphasized the importance of collaboration and knowledge sharing in the growth and development of the BRICS countries. She mentioned the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) signed between the University of Kota, the Durban University of Technology, South Africa. The MOU aimed to promote academic and research collaboration between the universities to enhance knowledge exchange, research collaborations, and cultural exchange.

The second Research Conference on BRICS was a grand success. The conference provided an excellent platform for scholars and researchers to share their knowledge and ideas. The University of Kota, Rajasthan, is commended for organising a well-coordinated and successful conference to advance knowledge and collaboration in the BRICS countries. The conference emphasized the significance of research and academic discourse in driving sustainable development in the region.

Photo:  the University of Kota, India

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