Women in STEM - a case for intervention

Thursday 12 February 2015 - 00:00 Hotel Lalit, New Delhi

About

In partnership with the UK Science and Innovation Network and the Department of Science and Technology (DST), India, we are organising a half-day session on Women in STEM – a case for intervention to share knowledge and best practise in promoting and supporting participation and progression of women in STEM education and careers. 

Aims and objectives

To share policy and practice between India and the UK to promote and support participation and progression of women in STEM education and careers. The discussions will specifically be around data, policies and interventions at macro and meso levels, and will identify key areas that need specific interventions for change.

Keynote speakers

- Professor Rohini M Godbole, Indian Institute of Science, India

- Dr Amanda Dickins, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, UK

Who should attend?

Policy-makers, scientists, researchers, heads of higher education institutions, ministry officials. 

Please note, this event is by invitation only.

Contact

For further information please contact Leena Arora, Head of our Newton Programme:

Tel: +91 011 4149-7309

Email: Leena.arora@in.britishcouncil.org