New Delhi: The Vice President of India, Jagdeep Dhankhar will be addressing the valedictory session of the UNESCO India Africa Hackathon as a chief guest at Gautam Buddha University, Uttar Pradesh, the event will be held at 11 am tomorrow, November 25. Union Education and Skill Development Minister, Dharmendra Pradhan; Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Anandiben Patel; Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath; Ast Director General (PAX), UNESCO, Mr. Firmin Edouard Matoko and Ministers of the 13 African Countries will elegance the event.
UNESCO India Africa Hackathon was inaugurated at Gautam Buddha University with a stupendous opening ceremony on November 22, 2022. The UNESCO India Africa Hackathon is an annual 36-hour event that brings together students, educators, teachers, and the research community of India and its African accomplices to handle the common challenges faced by their countries and serves as a facilitator for cultural amalgamation.
The hackathon gives a reasonable platform allowing young innovators to come together and find solutions for social, environmental, and technical problems faced by the collaborating nations. It serves as the foundation for creating potential start-ups with the potential to transform the world. It allows the participating students to unleash their creativity and explore new technologies to tackle real-world problems under the guidance of experts – thus, spearheading business innovation in the modern world.
The hackathon likewise serves as a symbol of the close relations cherished by India and its African partners and embodies the spirit of collaboration, uniting them together to solve problems for the improvement of humankind.