The year 2022 marks the 70th Anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between India and Japan. To celebrate this momentous year, the Indo-Japan Business Council has decided to host a series of events. Let us work together to forge a vibrant India-Japan relationship for future generations.
Organized by IJBC. Supported by Embassy of Japan, Delhi and Consulate General of Japan in Mumbai
IJBC-IJL Special Lecture Series Session 4: Development perspectives 27th August 2022 at 4 pm IST (7:30 pm JST) Session 4 highlights development challenges through governmental and non-governmental perspectives. The audience will be journeyed through JICA’s Official Development Assistance (ODA) cooperation to India, that has significantly contributed in strengthening the bilateral relations between India and Japan.
Mr. Salil Vaidya Holder of MEXT scholarship (1998) and fellowship (2003) Masters in Japanese (JNU) and German (Pune univ.). Head of Japan BU at Rikaian Technology, Pune.
Ms. Rumy Joshi CEO and founder of Fujiwara Japanese consultant
Mr. Swanand Deo Program Director, Japan Region Asia GDCs, Fujitsu Consulting India
Dr. Srabani Roy Choudhury Chairperson Center for East Asian Studies Professor,
Japanese Division School of International Studies Jawaharlal Nehru University
Dr. Shahana Thankachan Assistant Professor University of Navarra, Spain.
Ms. Parul Bakshi PhD Candidate at Jawaharlal Nehru University | JFJSF at The University of Tokyo
IJBC-IJL SPECIAL LECTURE SERIES
The special lectures series by IJBC and IJL to commemorate the 70th Anniversary of India-Japan diplomatic relations
In 2022, India and Japan will mark the 70th anniversary of their diplomatic relations. The Indo-Japan Business Council (IJBC) and India Japan Laboratories (IJL) will host special lectures series on various facets of the India-Japan relationship to commemorate this. Topic includes -
1. India Japan: how near, how far 2. Information Technology, innovation, and industries 3. June 2022: Business and innovation opportunities 4. August 2022: Development perspectives 5. Climate change, disaster risks, and social innovation 6. Culture, yoga, music
Fireside Chat with Shaifali Guest Rohan and Priyanka Patil
Rohan wants to fulfill his childhood dream of working in the Japanese Automotive Industry. Priyanka is an artist who has completed a Master's in Fine Art from Mumbai's Sir J J School of Art. Listen to their story...
Fireside Chat with Shaifali Guest Mr. Manohar Parab (Tokyokar)
Man on mission to show Indians Japan like never before! Mr. Manohar Parab is a travel enthusiast, entrepreneur, filmmaker, and bridge between India and Japan, facilitating many people to explore Japan.
Fireside Chat with Shaifali Guest Mr. Samir Rishu Mohanty (Rapper Big Deal) Connecting India-Japan threads with Music
Born to a Japanese mother and an Odia father, Mohanty reveals he was always bullied for standing out. He believes rap rescued him and gave him an identity, one that was separate from everything he had ever been called: He was a 'Big Deal' now.