***Club of India***

Escrito el 5 enero 2007 por Alumni en Geographic

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As students of IE and citizens of the world, you must be aware of the impact India has had on the global economy in recent years and the consequent tremendous opportunities & possibilities in almost every major field that India offers. It is important to further spread this awareness among students and other interested participants, specifically in the areas of investment and career opportunities in India. Hence, the formation of “The Club of India”.

This club will be make available relevant information about the business and cultural environment prevailing in India in order to foster a sense of familiarity in those who seek to explore India as an option, in whatever respect. We have been fortunate to have the support of IE and the Indian Embassy in Spain to aid us in our objectives. We believe that their joint patronage is symbolic of IE’s relationship with other countries, as IE proves every year with the astounding diversity of its intake.
As mentioned, The Club of India will seek to provide comprehensive information about India to the entire IE community. The objectives of the club are as follows:
•Increase awareness of Indian industries & culture at IE and in Spain.
•Co-ordinate activities between Indian business schools and IE.
•Plan and co-ordinate the activities between Indian and Spanish Embassies.
•Create a platform for increasing interaction between Spanish and Indian business houses and industry associations.
•Co-ordinate with other academic and cultural clubs to organize activities focused towards India.
•Actively promote Instituto de Empresa in the Indian sub continent.
Last month we were invited by the Embassy of India to visit Valladolid at the opening ceremony of “Casa de la India”, a platform to promote the development of the relations between India and Spain in the cultural, social and institutional ambits. The event was presided over by the Minister of Foreign Affairs “The Government of India” and was followed by the spell bound “Sitar” performance by Ms. Anoushka Shankar.

IE also hosted the Indian Minister of Foreign affairs on its campus. The photograph is available on the website of IE.


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