NEWS & UPCOMING DATES
Dr. Morhard, German Consul General in Mumbai, visits Karlsruhe and Baden-Baden
The German Consul General in Mumbai, Dr. Morhard, visited Karlsruhe and Baden-Baden on 14th of September.
In Karlsruhe, Head of Economic Development Department Mr. Kaiser and his colleagues welcomed him. Ms. Becker, Representative of Karlsruhe in Pune had coordinated the visits. Martin Wacker (KME) hosted the small delegation at the “Alte Schlachthof (old slaughterhouse)” grounds and gave a tour through the halls which host creative minds and young entrepreneurs.
MoU between MIT Aurangabad and Heinrich-Hertz-Schule Karlsruhe
Aurangabad-based Maharashtra Institute of Technology signed a letter of intent with Karlsruhe-based Heinrich- Hertz-Schule to jointly work on the topic of Industry 4.0. They developed a curriculum for Indian Engineering students while keeping the requirements of the Industries in India in mind. The programme aims to knit tighter linkages between Industries and Academia.
Dazzling Indian dances and an authentic insight into Indian culture were given by Lasya Priya Fine Arts last Saturday at the Indian Dance Evening as part of “Kultur in der Klotze”.
KME welcomed a lot of Indian partners: Mr. Ramakrishnan, Consul of India in Munich, Mayor Dr. Albert Käuflein, Ms. Maria Dobritzsch, Managing Director of the Indian Honorary Consulate and Ms. Becker, Director of Let’s bridge IT and head of the Pune office.
Find some glimpses of the evening below:
Solapur project moving forward
The Smart Water Quality Monitoring project went live with the installation of equipment at Solapur’s Soregaon Water treatment plant. The key stakeholders in the project are UTBW, Fraunhofer IGB, State of Baden – Württemberg Germany, German companies JUMO and NIVUS and coordinated by LBIT – in association with SMC. The plan is to measure key parameters like PH, Turbidity, Conductivity, Flow and equipment has also been installed at the plant to do the chemical analysis of water. The data will be monitored over the next year and recommendations given to SMC on the improvement of water quality.
Aurangabad is coming to Karlsruhe!
What a success!
Testo India is celebrating 15 years!
Liveliness, happiness and joie de vivre!
On Saturday, August 7th, from 8 p.m. there will be an Indian Dance evening at the Karlsruhe culture tent
Even though we can’t travel at the moment, India can be very close: There have been good connections from Karlsruhe to India for years, which could have been witnessed at“India Summer Days” since 2017. For obvious reasons, there cannot be a multi-day festival this year, but “Karlsruhe Marketing and Event”, the makers of the “India Summer Days”, bring Indian culture and Indian feeling to Karlsruhe even during these unusual times. In cooperation with “Lasya Priya Group ” they organized an “Enchanted Evening”.
“Indian Dance Art forms”: The “Lasya Priya Group” offers, for example, with “Bharathanatyam”, probably the best-known classical Indian dance, special insights into the art form of this South Indian solo dance. In addition, to sign language and artistic facial expressions, each movement has its own meaning. Of course, there will be other forms of dance too, like “Bhangra”, “Fusion” or “Bollywood”. These are classical as well as energetic Indian dance art forms that give authentic insights into the Indian culture.
A strong partnership
40 Lakhs for Raja Dinkar Kelkar Museum
A life saving shipment!
Ventilators for India
Help is on the way
Updates from Solapur
Info Webinar – Bachelor of Engineering in Germany
Webinar for Bachelor of Engineering Students
Our teammember Jyotsna retires!
2nd edition of the MCCIA International Business Summit
29th Meeting of Businessmen in IT, Communications and Media
During the COVID19 pandemic, the importance of digitization has rapidly grown in all areas of business and life. In the future, digital fitness will be an opportunity and a challenge for companies, administrations, and universities. As a result, the need for IT specialists is growing just equally fast. These experts are often not sufficiently available on the German labour market.
To inform companies in their region Cyberforum South in Baden-Baden has decided to host a virtual info event on 4th February 2021 at 4 – 5.30 pm CET | 8.30 – 10 pm IST.
Ms. Iris Becker, Representative of the State of Baden-Württemberg in Maharashtra / India and the City of Karlsruhe in Pune, will present various models to utilize and work with Indian IT specialists.
The target group of this event are Managing Directors, Startups, Heads of IT-Departments of enterprises, Municipalities, Authorities, Institutes and Universities.
Participation is of course free of charge!
Click here for registration: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/7996983775493206544
Attention: Event will be in German!
Baden-Baden sends Diwali wishes!
Ms. Margret Mergen, Lord Mayoress of Baden- Baden addressed the Indian community – not only in Baden- Baden- but all over the world. She sends her greetings and wishes for a prosperous Diwali!
— India in Munich (@cgmunich) November 13, 2020
Webinar by HDFC Credilla and Hfsw
Happy Diwali from Baden-Wuerttemberg
GINSEP Start-up Delegation tour to Germany
The German Indian Start-up Exchange Program (GINSEP) organized a 5-day virtual delegation trip, visiting 4 Start-up hubs across Germany. Karlsruhe was one of them. During the Delegation we have the chance to e-visit several Startup Hubs in Germany. On 28, October Karlsruhe introduced its impressive Start-up ecosystem.
70 Start-ups from the field of Digital Healthcare and Industrial Digitization had applied to join on the tour.
The tour was enriched by various webinars and break-out sessions , networking opportunities with Mentors and Investors including digital meet-ups, digital city tours and an expo to showcase different start-ups and their products/ services.
This provided the rare opportunity for Indian Investors to dive into the Indo-German Start-up scene from the comfort of your home.
Indian consul general from Munich visits Baden-Baden and Karlsruhe
On October 19.-20. we were able to welcome His Excellency Mohit Yadav and his colleagues in Baden-Baden. The economic development department not only organized a visit to the ELAN start-up center, but also to the companies TVS Autoserv and Mold-Masters Europa GmbH.
Lord Mayoress Ms. M. Mergen welcomed the delegation to the town hall for an intensive exchange about cooperation opportunities. Mr. Yadav expressed his wish to strengthen the close cooperation with Baden-Baden and Karlsruhe and to actively support it on his part.
In the evening, Lord Mayor Dr. F. Mentrup invited for a dinner in Karlsruhe, which was attended by some participants of the India Board, the city as well as KME and KTG.
GIRT CELEBRATES 10 YEAR ANNIVERSARY!
HFSW WEBINAR FOR BACHELOR COURSES IN GERMANY
Join us for another Webinar Series!! This time for students interested to take up a bachelor course in Germany. Sign up here: https://docs.google.com/…/1FAIpQLSd0pMcbTs03Ls…/viewform