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CEE collaborated with USI

(MENAFN Editorial) New Delhi 18th December, 2017: Indias leading holistic integration of education sector, Confederation of Education Excellence (CEE) has now joined hands with USI a unique institution with unequalled expertise in the field of national security and matters pertaining to defence services.

The two think tanks of India fostered the collaboration and became partners in the pursuance of excellence in the field of education, through learning on contemporary national/international strategic affairs and national security issues.

The collaboration will help in providing training to young graduates and postgraduates to be equipped on research methodology, writing occasional paper, blogging event management, report writing and many more.

This association is one of its own kind where 145 years of oldest think tank of India collaborated with the youngest Confederation of Education Excellence (CEE).

Talking about the collaboration, Shruti Arora, President of CEE said, I am confident and extremely proud that the association will help accelerate the process of contemporary education for the youth of India
About CEE:

Confederation of Education Excellence (CEE) is one of the fastest growing Confederations of Education in India initiated by a group of Intellectuals from the Education Field. In few years the confederation has achieved various milestones of success for the benefit of the educational institutions from preschool to university level. And from past many years Confederation of Education Excellence (CEE) is working towards providing clearer strategies, based on deeper insights and analytical perceptions of emerging realities from all corners of education. At the forefront CEE, is helping Indian Institutions to grow with the quality education and interact with global Institutions. CEE has also activated a multi-pronged strategy for global networking. Meeting heads, decision makers of academic institutions, networking with counterpart organizations, multilateral and other policymaking bodies, and CEEs alternate diplomacy ensures continued access to emerging opportunities for its members.

About USI:
The United Service Institution of India was founded in 1870 by a soldier scholar, Colonel (later Major General) Sir Charles MacGregor. The story of its growth is the story of the growth of the Indian Armed Forces. It was founded for 'furtherance of interest and knowledge in the art, science and literature of the Defence Services.'
First housed in the old Town Hall at Shimla, in the foot hills of the Himalayas, the Institution moved to the then Army Headquarters. In 1908 its own building was erected at a cost of Rs. 26,000/- near Cumbermere Post Office in the Shimla Hills. As the partition of the sub continent approached, the Council decided that the USI and its Journal should continue as before; but that was not to be. Four issues of the Journal (January, April, July and October 1948) did go out as that of the United Service Institution of India and Pakistan, with flags of both the countries on the cover. In the event, the Institution remained a purely Indian one. Contact Information

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