India Week: Education Innovation Conference 2024

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India Week: Education Innovation Conference 2024

Examinations Schools, 75 - 81 High St, Oxford OX1 4BG 03 - 03 Jul 2024

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Agenda

12:30 pm -
5:30 pm
event-agenda

Education Innovation Conference, in collaboration with WBR, UKIBC and OCHS

The Education Innovation Conference brings together more than 30 higher education and skill development leaders from across India and over 90 of their counterparts from across the UK, to talk about how the two countries could work more closely together. It will culminate in the Education Leaders’ Awards, which will award some of most innovative private sector educationalists from India. Detailed agenda will following in the coming weeks.


6:00 pm -
10:00 pm
event-agenda

Education Leaders' Awards, in collaboration with WBR, UKIBC and OCHS

The Education Leaders’ Awards, which will award some of most innovative private sector educationalists from India. To be considered for these Awards, please get in touch with us.


EIC 2023

About the event

Transformative times for India's higher education.

India Week 2024 is the place to engage in high level discussions on the New India.

In the latest edition of our Education Innovation Conference, part of India Week 2024, we bring together educators from across India to talk about the future of education, in the heart of the University of Oxford, the world’s leading university. The event is held in conjunction with our partners WBR, the UK India Business Council and the Oxford Centre for Hindu Studies.

The evening will see an Awards function celebrating the best and most innovative of India’s private universities. We have over 40 confirmed education institutions participating from India. Last year, we hosted a delegation from Telangana, as well as the Education Minister of the state of Meghalaya, Ashoka University, MS University of Baroda, Reva University, Suryadatta Group of Institutes and others.

About the event

Why Attend

If you believe in New India and are excited about the economic opportunity it offers, this is a must-attend event for you.

Over the course of the entire India Week 30 June – 6 July, we will have more than 100 business and policy leaders from India and other countries, with opportunities for high-level networking, pre-qualified B2B meetings and unique interactions with senior policy makers.

If you’d like to nominate someone for an Award, suggest a great speaker or make a group booking to attend, please get in touch.

For delegates coming to the event from London, there will be a special coach arranged to take you to and from the venue (strictly limited availabilty).

5

Sessions

100+

Attendees

10+

Awards

“Really pleased to attend and speak at the Ideas for India conference. The UK and India are strong economic and diplomatic partners. The conference showed the close links between our two countries and important work we can do around security and trade.”

Ruth Cadbury MP

Shadow Minister (International Trade), Shadow Minister (Justice)

“Delighted to speak to friends during India Week and highlight how a free trade agreement can benefit both nations. A UK-India trade deal is a huge opportunity for both sides, and could boost our £38bn trading relationship and pull down barriers to trade.”

Nigel Huddleston MP

Minister of State (Department for Business and Trade)

“I have been to multiple domestic and international roadshows accompany our Minister KT Rama Rao, but our most recent trip are unprecedented. The respect and recognition Telangana enjoys makes our hard work all so rewarding.”

Jayesh Ranjan, IAS

Principal Secretary of the Industries & Commerce (I&C) and Information Technology (IT) Departments, Telangana government

Boris Johnson official portrait. Open Government Licence v3.0.

The Awards ceremony rightly recognises the outstanding accomplishments of the British Asian community, and the ongoing work of British Asians across all professions helping our country thrive.

Boris Johnson

Former Prime Minister to the UK

Tickets

Delegate Ticket

£0

+20% VAT

Educationalists

  • Lunch, conference and dinner attendance.
  • Dinner includes three-course meal, wine and tea/coffee and petit fours.
  • This ticket is valid for educators only.

Book Your Seat

Delegate Ticket

£200

+20% VAT

Service Providers

  • Lunch, conference and dinner attendance.
  • Dinner includes three-course meal, wine and tea/coffee and petit fours.
  • This ticket is valid for for service providers including edtechs and consultants.

Book Your Seat

Event Agenda

Below is an indicative agenda, subject to change. For queries, select ‘India Week 2024’ on our Contact Us page.

12:30 pm -
5:30 pm
event-agenda

Education Innovation Conference, in collaboration with WBR, UKIBC and OCHS

The Education Innovation Conference brings together more than 30 higher education and skill development leaders from across India and over 90 of their counterparts from across the UK, to talk about how the two countries could work more closely together. It will culminate in the Education Leaders’ Awards, which will award some of most innovative private sector educationalists from India. Detailed agenda will following in the coming weeks.


6:00 pm -
10:00 pm
event-agenda

Education Leaders' Awards, in collaboration with WBR, UKIBC and OCHS

The Education Leaders’ Awards, which will award some of most innovative private sector educationalists from India. To be considered for these Awards, please get in touch with us.

FAQs

What is India Week?

India Week provides a global forum to share the story of India’s growth with the world. India Week is an annual series of events taking place across the UK, starting in 2023 and providing a gateway for businesses and change-makers to understand the economic, political and cultural nuances of working with India.

The ‘India Story’ abroad is often presented through a narrow lens, be it focusing only on business and the economy, society or policy landscape. Given its diversity, everything about India, and its polar opposite, is true in unison. India Week aims to help ‘India watchers’ better understand this, and make high-level business and policy connections.

India Week is a registered trade mark, and has expanded from being known as UK-India Week to incorporating not just the bilateral dialogue between these countries, but helping companies have a truly global perspective. Our guests include world leaders, governments, industry experts, innovators, founders, change-makers and investors.

But India Week, or UK-India Week as it was formerly known, is not just about business opportunities. Each year, we support a charity that is helping India’s most disadvantaged live better. In 2024, that Charity Partner is The Leprosy Mission, with India Week particularly supporting its incredible work in working with leprosy patients near Patna in Bihar.

Who is the event aimed at?

India Week aims to help ‘India watchers’ better understand this, and make high-level business and policy connections. Our guests include world leaders, governments, industry experts, chambers of commerce and trade promotion agencies, innovators, founders, change-makers and investors.

If you have a particular target audience, we can help curate B2B meetings for you to maximise your business development opportunities during your visit to London. Please get in touch with us and we would be delighted to help.

Who is your Charity Partner this year?

Our chosen Charity Partner is The Leprosy Mission. Leprosy starts by damaging nerves close to the surface of the skin. The first signs are often discoloured patches on the body that have lost sensation. Because mycobacterium leprae multiplies slowly, symptoms of the disease can take a long time to develop – around five years on average but sometimes as long as 30 years.

It is a 21st century disease, devastating people’s lives right now. If treated early, it’s unlikely the disease will cause permanent disability. But if left untreated, it progresses and the nerve damage spreads. Lacking sensation in their hands and feet, people with leprosy can injure themselves. And these injuries can lead to ulcers, infection and permanent disability. Leprosy can cause muscle paralysis, resulting in clawed fingers and foot drop. This makes it difficult for people to walk or use their hands. The condition can also damage nerves in the face, causing the eyelid muscles to stop working. As the eyes are no longer protected by blinking, they are easily damaged, leading to sight loss and blindness. Some people experience reactions to the leprosy bacteria in their body, even when the bacteria are dead/have been treated and treatment is underway or completed. These reactions can cause pain, sickness, swelling of the skin and fever. They are hard to treat, making it necessary for people to stay in hospital for a long time.

A cure for leprosy has been available since 1982. Multidrug therapy is a combination of three drugs taken daily for six or 12 months, depending on the severity of the disease. But while treatment stops leprosy progressing, it can’t reverse disability.

This is why the specialist services we provide are vital. A clawed hand, dropped foot or damaged eyelids can be restored with surgery. Ulcers can heal with effective treatment. Custom-made protective footwear can reduce the chances of injury and stop ulcers developing. However, some disabilities caused by leprosy are too severe for surgery to have much effect.

How do I apply for a Press Pass?

Please get in touch with your details and we’ll reach out to you shortly.

I am from India and I wish to attend this event. How can I sign up and be a part of the delegation?

We have special Hosted Delegate packages for Indian Delegates, which includes accommodation, travel, meals as well as sight-seeing. Please get in touch and we’ll reach out to you to schedule a call and understand your requirements.

Do you have preferential room rates available?

Yes, we have preferential room rates for confirmed delegates at the event venue. These are available only to ticket-holders.

Do you provide visa invitation letters?

Yes, we do for confirmed delegates, once payment is received. Please get in touch with your assigned contact and they can help you further.

My visa didn't come in time. Can I get a refund?

We advise delegates to allow plenty of time for the visa process so as to receive it in time. In case you do not receive your visa in time, we can process a refund, in line with our Terms and Conditions and minus an Admin Fee.

Do you have exhibition opportunities?

We do, at the Ideas for India conference in London, which can be tailored to your needs. If you want to apply to be an Exhibitor, please get in touch and we’ll reach out to you shortly. Please let us know your budget and your primary reason for exhibiting (e.g. lead generation, business development, market awareness, branding etc).

What sponsor opportunities do you have?

We have several branding opportunities available throughout the India Week, including the curation of pre-arranged B2B meetings for you. If you want to apply to be a Sponsor, please get in touch and we’ll reach out to you shortly. Please let us know your budget and your primary reason for wishing to get involved (e.g. lead generation, business development, market awareness, branding etc).