New Zealand and Indian universities analyze Media, Culture and Consumption.
The Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences of University of Waikato from New Zealand co-facilitated a universal gathering with the Center for Culture Media and Governance, Jamia Millia Islamia University, New Delhi on Media, Culture and Consumption in India on February 9 and 10, 2015. The meeting was upheld by New Zealand India Research Institute (NZIRI) and the University Grants Commission (UGC) under the India New Zealand Education Council (INZEC) program.
The meeting showcased the work of conspicuous researchers and specialists from recognized scholarly fields who investigated the flow of the media and open excitement divisions in India. It was a perfect stage to make new associations in the middle of Indian and New Zealand researchers and colleges in this field.
Speaking at the conference, New Zealand High Commissioner to India, Grahame Morton said, “India and New Zealand have always shared a positive relationship and India is among our key international markets for trade and education. This conference is a platform to further expand links between the two countries in the field of communication and creativity.”
ENZ Regional Director –“India is the second largest contributor of international students to New Zealand. The linkages in education between both countries are rapidly expanding and through our partnerships with Indian universities we aim to increase awareness and preference for New Zealand Universities and the high quality education and research that is offered.”
The meeting incorporated an exhibit of subjects that mirrored the way of the media and how it shapes the way of life of individuals in the nation. The work exhibited at the occasion is additionally anticipated that would be accessible as an arrangement of books, which will be available in both nations.