The institutions’ local and social media platforms should promote all of the events. Reports may be published to the UGC portal with photos and videos. Starting this month and lasting through September, schools and higher education institutions all around the nation will host special programmes on G20 themes as part of India’s Presidency.The institutions’ local and social media platforms should promote all of the events. Reports may be published to the UGC portal with photos and videos.An innovative outreach programme called “University Connect” has also been proposed, in which the institutions can involve their students in a variety of events on G20 themes spread out over the course of the year, with the goal of ensuring that India’s G20 Presidency touches every student in the nation.
Young Indians will have the chance to provide fresh viewpoints and thoughts to G20-related issues, he said.In a letter, the UGC also asked the universities to develop an action plan, carry out the necessary tasks, and ensure that information about the concerns related to India’s G20 Presidency was disseminated in various places, Kumar continued.The UGC claims that institutional activities including convocation, annual days, and sporting competitions should be designated as G20 events. G20 logos, posters, and banners ought to be put up at all of the institution’s events and on the campus. The design’s open file is being shared. On G20-related subjects, special events including seminars, quizzes, paintings, crossword puzzles, declamations, marathons, bicycle marathons, Insta-Reels, and other competitions can be organised at the institution and state levels with a national grand finale in September. Seminars are being held at 75 institutions by the RIS (Resource & Information Centre for Developing Countries).