IIHMR University represents India as a knowledge partner to high power dialogue between India and Indonesia 2020 - Pinkcity News

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IIHMR University represents India as a knowledge partner to high power dialogue between India and Indonesia 2020

Pace of Digital Transformation and Knowledge Sharing- the Key to India Indonesia


Post COVID-19 there has been a turbulence across the globe which has brought the global countries together through a digital connect. Today through a High Power Dialogue that was held between India and Indonesia over a digital connect with key dignitaries such as Dr. PR Sodani, President (Officiating), IIHMR University, Mrs. Neeta Verma, Director General NIC, Government of India, Ambassador, Anup K Mudgal, a member of Indian Foreign Services (IFS),   Shri   Shyam   Parande,   Sewa   International   Bharat   Secretary   in   India   and   Global Coordinator,   Dr. Shiv  Tripathi,   Dean   Training,   IIHMR University, Dr.  Alok   Drolia,   Dr. Ishwar Ramlutchman   were the  speakers in  the  panel.   The focus  of  this  dialogue  was  to strengthen the bilateral relationships by focusing on opportunities and challenges between India and Indonesia. The whole dialogue revolved around the social, education & skilling, technological, cultural, health, trade and commerce and financial connect between India and Indonesia bridging their relationship. IIHMR University was the knowledge partner for this virtual high power dialogue between India and Indonesia. 

Dr. PR Sodani, President (Officiating), IIHMR University, Jaipur and keynote speaker during   the   dialogue   said,   “India   and   Indonesia   have   close   cultural   and   commercial contacts for over two millennia’s. India must closely collaborate with Indonesia on Skill Development, Networking and Education and explore the potential of Indonesia through knowledge sharing by promoting and co-operating with the country. Both these countries have the areas of common interest in health as well as the education sector. These areas may focus on areas such as research and development, active pharmaceutical ingredients, IT based medical health and wellness solutions and also Human Resource Development for health sector.”

As the discussion proceeded the key focus was on the Health and the Education sector where   the   speaker   highlighted   great   possibilities   of   collaboration   and   co-operation amongst India and Indonesia. Dr. Sodani pointed out that both the countries- India and Indonesia, have great strengths which can be leveraged to work for the society at a better level.   Collaborations   in   Education   and   Research   would   help   Researchers   in   both   the countries, the  academic  communities  of  both the  countries,  students,  faculty members, health scientists who  can work together and  contribute at a big  level in achieving  the Sustainable Development Goal’s which is one of the prime objectives of these countries. 

Dr. PR Sodani even stated, “Our National Governments are working towards achieving the SDGs  and  these  collaborations,  co-operations  as  well  as  the   partnerships  amongst  the organizations would lead to better SGD milestones. He pointed out that India as a country has tremendous potential in the technology and digital space, the knowledge of which can be   shared   for   the   betterment   of   Indonesian   economy.   He   stated   that   the   technology advancements   and   digital   space   along   with   innovations   can   be   used   to   offer   quality healthcare services in both countries. We have good scientists, engineers and good medical 

    and healthcare teams, this calls for a lot of alignment amongst the public and public sector is   required.”  Dr.   PR   Sodani   concluded,  “IIHMR   University   will   be   forefront   in     implementing the policies, programs, ideas, common goals of Indonesia as well as Indian     partnerships and collaborations.”

    He elaborated this thought by saying that, this alignment is required amongst the healthcare     workers and the community for which these healthcare workers are working. This alignment   is   also   required   amongst   the   technical   persons   who   have   great   expertise   in   the   digital    technology as they have to understand the community requirement, they have to understand  the  healthcare   service   environment.   There   are   a   lot   of   opportunities   between  India  and     Indonesia and this pandemic has brought us together to work and live together. 

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