O.P. Jindal Global University Unveils Sustainability Efforts on Global Stage

O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) took a significant step towards solidifying its commitment to sustainability with the release of its Sustainable Development Report (SDR) 2024. The launch ceremony occurred in Tokyo, Japan, during the India-Japan Higher Education Forum on June 21st.

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The event itself held symbolic weight, with His Excellency Mr. Sibi George, the Indian Ambassador to Japan, acting as the Chief Guest and officially releasing the report. This underlines the growing importance of collaboration between India and Japan, particularly on issues of education and sustainability.

JGU’s SDR 2024 highlights the university’s progress in integrating sustainable practices across its campus and academic programs. This aligns with the global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), and the report showcases JGU’s dedication to contributing to a better future.

Professor (Dr.) C. Raj Kumar, Founding Vice Chancellor of JGU, expressed his delight at the international launch in Japan. He emphasized the significance of recognizing Japan’s contributions towards achieving the SDGs and stressed JGU’s ongoing commitment to sustainability and international collaboration, especially with leading Japanese universities.

The report not only details JGU’s past achievements but also outlines a roadmap for future initiatives. This strategic plan ensures JGU remains aligned with global sustainability trends and allows them to make a positive impact on the international community.

JGU’s existing partnerships with ten prominent Japanese universities are expected to further strengthen their focus on sustainability issues. This collaborative effort exemplifies a growing trend in higher education, where universities are taking a leading role in addressing global challenges.

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