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The number of Indian students studying in Italy is increasing: de Luca

The number of Indian students studying in Italy is increasing: de Luca

The number of Indian students studying in Italy has increased to 5000 in the last few years. Ambassador Vincenzo de Luca promised that there would be more in the future. He was in Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore’s birthplace of Jorasanko. The diplomat recommended translation of Tagore’s works for Italian audiences.

Key Highlight:

  • The number of Indian students studying in Italy has increased to 5000 in the last few years.
  • Ambassador Vincenzo de Luca promised that there would be more in the future.
  • He was in Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore’s birthplace of Jorasanko.
  • The diplomat recommended translation of Tagore’s works for Italian audiences.
  • “With global challenges ahead, everyone must work to improve collaboration and communication,” he said.
  • The Italian government was preparing to launch significant research projects involving Italian indologists.

The Italian ambassador, Vincenzo de Luca, said that the number of Indian students studying in Italy is growing and will continue to grow due to cultural exchanges.

The number of Italian students studying in India is expected to rise as well, he predicted during a visit to the city, due to the growing cultural exchanges between premier Indian institutions and those in Italy, like the Rabindra Bharati University (RBU).

“The number of Indian students studying in Italy has risen to 5000 recently. More are on the way… Students from Indian universities will increasingly study in Italian institutions “PTI was told by de Luca.

Furthermore, the Italian government was preparing to launch significant research projects involving Italian indologists. “We’re experts in this area. We have one of the most illustrious histories when it comes to such research “The diplomat made the statement while visiting Gurudev Rabindra Nath Tagore’s birthplace in the city of Jorasanko.

he explained that students can prepare for the cultural exchange programs by taking Italian classes offered by the Italian consulate in the city.

At the time of the interaction, RBU Vice-chancellor Sabyasachi Basu Ray Choudhury announced as part of an MoU signed with Napoli University that the institute has translated a publication by famous thinkers, politicians, and critic Antonio Gramsci from Italian to Bengali.

Rabindranath Tagore’s ideas, according to de Luca, are more relevant and vital now than ever before because countries are dealing with global issues and need to work together more. “Tagore is becoming an increasingly important resource for us at this point. With global challenges ahead, everyone must work to improve collaboration and communication. To deal with issues such as climate change, peace and security, and pandemics, we need to ““I told you so,” she replied. According to him, the mission of meeting different cultures around the world was carried out by Tagore, and this was reflected in his worldview and left its imprint everywhere he went.

The diplomat responded to a question by saying Tagore had visited Italy twice and was very well-liked there. “A growing number of Italian students want to see Gurudev’s (Gurudev’s) works translated into Italian.” To honor Tagore, the Consul General of Italy in Kolkata, Gianluca Rubagotti, met with de Luca at the town of Jorasanko, where there is also a museum dedicated to him, run by the RBU.

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