Jagdeep Dhankhar will speak at the closing session of the UNESCO India Africa Hackathon tomorrow.

The annual 36-hour festival brings together scholars, scientists, researchers, and the academic community of India and its African partners . It aims to tackle common challenges faced by India and its African partners .

New Delhi (Uttar Pradesh): Jagdeep Dhankhar, the Vice President of India, will address the valedictory session of the valedictory class at Gautam Buddha University, in the city, at 11 a.m. on Monday.Dharmendra Pradhan, the Union Education and Skill Development Minister, and Anandiben Patel, the Governor of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, and Ast Director General (PAX), UNESCO, Mr Firmin Edouard Matoko and Ministers of the 13 African Countries will address the occasion on November 22, 2022.The annual 36-hour festival brings together scholars, scientists, researchers, and the academic community of India and its African partners to address the common challenges faced by their countries, as well as serve as a catalyst for cultural division.Also read: Africa Underway: A hackathon aims to tackle common challenges faced by India, providing a safe environment for young innovators to come together and seek solutions to the challenges faced by the participating nations.

It allows the participating students to unleash their creativity and explore new technologies to solve real-world problems under the guidance of experts, thus spearheading business transformation in the modern age.Also Read the UNESCO-India-Africa Hackathon 2022 For Students, Teachers, And 23 Countries To Participate The hackathon also acts as a reminder of the close links between India and its African neighbors, bringing them together to solve problems for the benefit of humanity.

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