The Takshashila Institution hosts a joint interaction session with the students of National University Singapore.

Takshashila Institution hosted a joint interaction session with the students of National University Singapore on Thursday, December 12. The GCPP students of Takshashila made a short presentation on India’s space mission programme, raising multiple questions on science, technology and research in India, sparking a discussion on the same topic for Singapore.

The interaction touched on multiple topics, ranging from economy, politics and policy making in India and Singapore, the similarities and divergences. Multiple points touching upon South East Asia were raised.

The delegation from the National University Singapore, consisted of undergraduate students from diverse academic backgrounds. They were led by Dr Rahul Mukherjee and visiting India as a part of NUS’ STEER programme.

Pranay Kotasthane talking to NUS students about the Indian Mars Mission NUS-STEER and GCPP Students at Bangalore Rahul Mukherji and Nitin Pai moderating a discussion