Education in India has an ancient tradition that dates back to the Vedic Period (1500 to 500 BC) during which, both formal and informal education systems existed. Indigenous education was imparted at homes, in temples, pathshalas, tols, chatuspadis and gurukuls. But today, the education system in our country is primarily managed by the state-run public education system that falls under the command of the government at three levels - Federal, State and Local.
Although the education system in India has a concrete base, the government is still looking for better ways to make education accessible and free of barriers. For this purpose, the India Pavilion is organising a 'Future Universities Design Competition'.
People who have studied design thinking and would like to propose more people-friendly university designs may register themselves for this competition.
Areas Of Focus
- What will future learning look like?
- What will the future Universities be like?
Who Can Apply
This competition is open to participants of all nationalities above the age group of 18, who have studied design thinking.
Perks of Participation
Top three entries win:
- A Sponsored trip to Dubai.
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