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Unleashing the Youth Potential for the Sustainable Development in the Context of Japan, Seminar 2013, Organized by The University of Tokyo Indian Students' Association (U.T.I.S.A.) The University of Tokyo Indian Students' Associa

The University of Tokyo Indian Students’ Association (U.T.I.S.A.) welcomes you all to join us in a seminar about the potential of Youth as a building block of a nation & endeavors for transforming them into global citizens, followed by a panel discussion on the challenges and opportunities for foreign students in Japan.

As an example, there has been a slow and steady growth in the number of Indian students in Japan over last many years but still the numbers are far less than the number of students from other major countries to Japan or number of Indian students in other major countries of the world. While the small Indian student community is of a critical importance for India Japan relations, too small a size of the community leads to many problems due to lack of critical mass and connectivity among the students as well as with the industry.

In the gracious presence of Ambassador of India to Japan H.E. Smt. Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa, The University of Tokyo Indian Students’ Association (U.T.I.S.A.) invites you to a seminar to discuss about the potential of youth as a building block of a nation & endeavors for transforming them into global citizens and the challenges and opportunities for foreign students in Japan.

June 26th, Wednesday, 1730-2100.

Seminar and Reception

By The University of Tokyo Indian Students’ Association

Venue: Sanjo Conference Hall, 2nd Floor, Hongo Campus, The University of Tokyo.

Program:

(Draft).

June 26th, Wednesday, 1730-2100.

1730-1800 Registration.

1800-1815 Introduction.

1815-1845 Keynote Speech by the Ambassador of India to Japan H.E. Smt. Deepa Gopalan Wadhwa.

1845-1850 Announcement from Mr. Matsuda on efforts to bring Indian students in Japan together.

1850-1935 Panel Discussion on Challenges and Opportunities for Foreign Students in Japan.

Panelists: Dr. Ikkei Matsuda (MBA, Ph.D.), CEO of SARR, LLC, a founder and former CEO of Hokkaido Venture Capital, a former board member of Japan Venture Capital Association and also Partner at Sun and Sands Group.

Dr. Chadaram Sivaji, Counsellor (Science & Technology), Embassy of India, Tokyo, Japan.

Moderator: Mr. Sanjeev Sinha, Founder / President IIT Alumni Association Japan, Governor Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry Japan.

Panelists from Academics, Government and Industry.

1935-1945 Closing remarks and vote of thanks.

1945-2100 Interactive reception (Light snacks and soft drinks provided).

Contributory charge (Payment at the venue):

Students: 1,000 JPY

Working professionals: 4,000 JPY

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