The year 2020 is special year for the DAAD, as it celebrates its 60 years of presence in India and the region that includes Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka. This is a good moment to look back together with the DAAD alumni but also to develop a vision for the future. Team DAAD looks forward to the year and hopes together with the Research Ambassadors, Young Ambassadors, alumni networks, partners and friends to contribute to the increase of international exchange between Germany and the region.
DAAD Alumni Strategy Workshop 2020
The DAAD Regional Office New Delhi organised its very first Alumni Strategy Workshop – a two part digital workshop on the 19th of May and 2nd of June.
It was attended by 14 DAAD alumni and DAAD Research and Young Ambassadors from various regions in India as well as from Nepal and Bangladesh. As part of the engaged and active DAAD alumni network from the region, they were invited to deliberate a DAAD alumni strategy 2021 for the region, in order to set the framework to further strengthen the cooperation between the alumni and the DAAD Regional office, by keeping their interests in focus.
Re-Connect with the DAAD audio-visually!
It has been 60 years since the DAAD established its presence in the region, which means several decades of innumerable success stories. The DAAD would like to hear yours. Tell us about your experience in Germany and share your very own story with us.
There are two possibilities lined up:
- Photography anybody?
The activity line up for the jubilee year will appear on this very page - stay tuned!
Internship Opportunity at the DWIH New Delhi
Interested in the German and Indian Research Landscape and skilled in social media?
The DWIH New Delhi is looking for an intern to support it’s activities in 2021.
Joining date: 15 Jan 21
Application deadline: 29 Nov 20
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