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Make Calcutta Relevant Again Hosted a Special Edition Of Innovators Over Coffee on Innovating Education - Bridging Technology & Entrepreneurship Across Borders

News Desk, News Nation 360 : In keeping with its ongoing mission to promote and assist entrepreneurship and education, Make Calcutta Relevant Again (MCRA) organised a special "Innovators Over Coffee" event. Aiming to strengthen business ties between Bengal and Bangladesh, the event marked the founding of the Bengal Business Council - Bangladesh Chapter and included an interesting panel discussion on "Innovating Education - Bridging Technology & Entrepreneurship Across Borders." The Bengal Business Council's Bangladesh Chapter launched to bolster business ties and collaboration between Bengal and Bangladesh, aiming to promote economic growth and create a supportive environment for entrepreneurs. The event featured a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between Techno India University and Daffodil International University, Bangladesh, initiating academic collaboration and exchange programs. Another MoU signed between Techno India

University and Alliance Française du Bengale will establish the Franco-Indian Center of Excellence & Culture. Leading figures in education and technology convened for a panel discussion to investigate cutting-edge strategies at the nexus of these domains. The panellists were Meghdut Roy Chowdhury, Chief Innovation Officer, Techno India Group, Hemant Sahal, Founder & CEO, Digii, and Sandipan Chattopadhyay, CEO & MD, Xelpmoc Design & Tech and Co-Founder, Mihup. Chief Mentor at ASMI Business School Kaustav Majumdar moderated the panel discussion. In a special keynote address on global entrepreneurship, Dr Sabur Khan, chairman of Daffodil International University and chairman of the Global Entrepreneurship Network, Bangladesh, spoke to the audience. The founder of Future Education & Healthcare, Mousumi Ghosh, also gave a special speech.


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