UK looking at partnership programmer with AP in textiles, education

YarnsandFibers News Bureau 2016-07-21 15:00:00 – Vijayawada

UK are looking at partnership programmes with Andhra Pradesh in traditional textile and educational relationship besides a few other areas in this State, said Alan Gemmell OBE, Director of the British Council in India, who was in the city on Wednesday as part of his introduction visit to the southern States where the British Council can collaborate on wide-ranging issues.

Accompanied by Andrew McAllister, Deputy High Commissioner, British Deputy High Commission, Hyderabad, and a few other officials, Mr. Gammell had a meeting with Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu.

Referring to the new State, Mr. Gammell said that the Council was looking at business in a range of sectors like agriculture, health and especially education.

Andhra Pradesh had the advantage of a long coastline and mineral wealth. Referring to his scheduled meeting with the Higher Education Minister and the Vice-Chancellors of Universities in the State, he pointed to the tie-up with over 30 British Universities in a range of areas.

Mr. Gemmell said that training of English teachers in Government schools is yet another project the U.K. Government implements in India.

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