Focus on education and building skills in the US-India relationship

In response to the recent 2+2 Ministerial Dialogue, India sent a group led by Suresh Prabhu to the US to talk about possible academic partnerships between the two countries. Under the direction of Mr. Suresh Prabhu, who is the Chancellor of Rishiwood University, the delegation went to cities like New York, Washington, DC, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.

The delegation met with academics, students, and business leaders several times to talk about India’s role in improving education for the next generation. The team, which will be led by Mr. Suresh Prabhu, will also start academic partnerships with US universities. These partnerships will include faculty exchange, research projects, semester exchange, double degrees, and more.

When talking to members of the media, Mr. Prabhu said that many people have become successful after moving to the US because the country offers so many opportunities. India should give the same kinds of work and study opportunities and make them even better. This will make sure that people who come to our country for higher education are successful and will help our education sector grow.
After the fourth India-US 2+2, Ministerial Dialogue on April 11, 2022, representatives from both countries released a joint statement saying they wanted to strengthen their relationship. It was also said that the US and India will work together to start projects in the areas of education and skill development.

During the Dialogue, the representatives decided that the best way to improve relations between India and the US is for the people of the two countries to talk to each other. India and the US will start a new group to work on education and skills development.

The 2+2 Dialogue’s most important points

During the talk, people from both countries stressed how important it was to help students and scholars move around. The ministers also said that they would keep working to make sure that skilled workers, business managers, scientists, and other professionals like doctors, engineers, lawyers, etc., can move around freely.

During the dialogue, it was also agreed that entrepreneurs, professionals, business people, scholars, scientists, and investors need to be able to move freely between the two countries.

The Fulbright-Nehru Program’s role in helping academics, scientists, and professionals exchange ideas was also praised. It was agreed that the program played a big part in bringing the two countries closer together. It also found that four million Indians were living in the United States.
Indian ministers welcomed the decision by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services to waive in-person interviews for non-immigrant applicants who had already been granted a visa. This interview waiver is for people in special costumes, people who are moving within the same company, and academic and vocational students.

On the other hand, the US thanked India for its help with the DPAA Mission (Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency). India also said that in the future it would help with more DPAA missions.

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