SCIENCESPO CELEBRATES ITS 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY IN INDIA
The 10 year anniversary of Sciences Po
20.01.2017 11:10:41 - Sciences Po, Paris a leading university in social sciences is currently ranked number 4 in QS world rankings 2016 for politics and international relations.
(live-PR.com) - 16 JAN 2017: New Delhi :
The 10 year anniversary of Sciences Po was celebrated at the Embassy of France Delhi on 16th January, 2017. Sciences Po, Paris a leading university in social sciences is currently ranked number 4 in QS world rankings 2016 for politics and international relations.
On this occasion, Ms Laurence Souloumiac, Director of the Centre for Asia
Sciences Po has 13,000 students on campus and half of them are international. No other university on the European continent boasts of such a mix. India has played a key role in adding the international dimension to Sciences Po.
Over the last decade, the top Parisian university has developed a significant cooperation with India, having inked MoUs with thirteen top universities and colleges and opened two offices, in Delhi and Mumbai. Since 5 years, the number of Indian students at Sciences Po have multiplied by three, and the university is already counting on a dynamic community of over 150 Alumni in India.
Ms Souloumiac stressed on the contribution from India to reaffirm the image of Sciences Po as a world class university. “We are very proud of you, dear Alumni in India. You are working in a wide range of sectors accompanying India’s many transformations: social, economic and environmental and promoting its innovations in the world, the famous jugaad way of thinking and acting. You are our Ambassadors in India as well as Ambassadors of India at SciencesPo,” she added.
SciencesPo has also made a mark worldwide. Five French presidents including the current President Mr. François Hollande were among the many eminent SciencesPo alumni, added Dr. Bertrand de Hartingh, Institut français India Country Director, and also Counsellor for Cooperation and Cultural Action at the French Embassy in India.
Institut français India, the cultural wing of the Embassy of France in India, is honored to invite celebrated French writers Maylis de Kerangal and Franck Thilliez to participate in the 10th ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF). H.E. Mr Alexandre Ziegler, Ambassador of France to India, will also attend the world’s largest literary festival.
20th January: Maylis de Kerangal in conversation with Amrita Tripathi
What makes up the heart, beyond its mass and volume?
Prix Medicis award winner Maylis de Kerangal’s novel, The Heart, takes place over twenty-four hours surrounding a fatal accident and a resulting heart transplant, as life is taken from a young man and given to a woman close to death. In conversation with Amrita Tripathi, Maylis de Kerangal discusses the essential questions her novel raises about the wide, gray line between life and death.
20th January: Franck Thilliez and Vikram Chandra in conversation with Ravi Shankar Etteth
Dark Night of the Soul: Crime and Literature
Franck Thilliez is France’s hugely popular crime fiction writer, famous for his “hammering hard-science” thrillers. Vikram Chandra is the author of the bestselling and critically acclaimed detective thriller Sacred Games, soon to be the first original television series from India on Netflix. In conversation with Ravi Shankar Etteth, they speak of the demanding discipline of the crime genre, and its ability to depict complex social narratives and the human condition.
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