The India China Alliance for Cooperation (ICAC), in its ten years of existence has carved out a distinct identity of its own. Set up by Mr. Piyush Bahl, who served a stint in Shanghai, with the Confederation of Indian Industry before launching ICAC in New Delhi, was powered by his vision and commitment to forge reliable, meaningful and trustworthy relationships between key sectors that demonstrated the strengths of both nations. Since his unfortunate demise in 2011, his family has strived to keep the partnerships he had initiated alive and to continue making inroads in areas of mutual cooperation, serving interests of both Chinese and Indian counterparts.
Researchers/Faculty from Assam Return after Productive Visit to Kunming, China
A team of 23-members Ph.D scholars from as many as 10 Departments of GU of Assam along with 10 senior faculty members and Heads of Departments participated in a Study Tour organised by the India China Alliance for Cooperation from July 4th to 7th, 2016.
ICAC facilitates participation of Indian Business Schools in China’s BRICS event
India China Alliance for Cooperation (ICAC) facilitated participation of Amity Business School at the prestigious 6th BRICS students meet at the University of International Business and Economics (UIBE), Beijing in October, 2014. The 3-day residential event saw students participating in lecture sessions, competitions and interactions, in addition to undertaking a factory visit and wrapping up with a cultural show put up by participating countries that had leading business schools from Russia, China and India.
Study Tour for Students/Faculty of Business Schools to China
The India China Alliance for Cooperation (ICAC) has been taking student and faculty delegations to China’s leading business and management schools that are located in the education hubs of Shanghai, Beijing, Soochow and Shenyang.
ICAC is happy to announce its partnership with the University of Business and Economics (UIBE) in Beijing. As part of the collaboration, ICAC is facilitating the participation of Indian Business Management Schools at a prestigious event where Universities from BRICS nations would be participating and presenting their vision on the future of management education.
‘Creative Agriculture’ seen at Shouguang International Vegetable Fair
The 15th Shouguang International Vegetable Sci-tech Fair that just concluded saw more than a million visitors from over 15 countries and 27 domestic provinces, transacting trade to the tune of 16 billion yuan. Spread over a sprawling 450,000 square meters exhibition area, with l0 exhibition halls, vegetable greenhouses and a vegetables picking park, as many as 2000 indoor and outdoor booths displayed aesthetically laid out vegetables, fruits, seeds and bye products in ways that were imaginative and technologically savvy.
International Students Camp in the Land of the Dragon
ICAC facilitates participation of students of Modern School, Barakhamba Road in Beijing International Education Exchange Programme, 2013. Students recount their experience.
6th International Student’s Summer Camp (Beijing International Education Exchange – BIEE) in Beijing, China from July 14-23, 2016
Higher Education Tour to Yunnan Minzu University (YMU), Kunming, China for Faculty Members, Research Scholars and Students from India from July 4–7, 2016
“Doing Business with China” for Students of the Department of Management Studies, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Delhi to Beijing & Shanghai, China from June 25 – July 1, 2016
3-City Agri. Study Tour to China coinciding with the 17th Shouguang (China) International Vegetable Sci-tech Fair to Shanghai, Shouguang & Beijing, China from April 21-27, 2016
"Visiting China with ICAC in April 2016 was a delight. All arrangements were excellent. it combined specialised learning opportunities in agriculture with leisure and sightseeing making use of every minute of the 7-day tour. It was a complete programme and extremely well priced. The only regret, is why we in India cannot do some of the things countries like China have managed"
Raju Narasimman Advisor, Health, Safety and Environment in the Middle East Since 1991