Mr. Abdul Musavir Mir, SAF Scholar with a passion for art, has recently achieved a remarkable milestone in his academic journey. Graduating with distinction from the renowned UNESCO Madanjeet Institute of South Asia Art (UMISAA), Beaconhouse National University. Mr. Mir's dedication and talent have earned him well-deserved recognition duing his graduation at UMISAA.
Sivasubramaniam Kajendran is a multidisciplinary artist from Sri Lanka. He has been awarded the esteemed UNIESCO scholarship of the Madanjeet Singh Institute for South Asian Art (UMISSA) and has a Master’s degree in Art and Design from the Beaconhouse National University.....
2023 Award ceremony of the UNESCO-Bangladesh Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman International Prize for the Creative Economy....
An informal interaction between SAF Scholars of Green Energy Technology 2021-23 batch, Director of UMSGET, Pondicherry University and the Director of Administration of SAF-India, was held on 22nd May 2023 through virtual mode.
Nominations are invited from respective SAF Chapters of SAARC countries for admission to two-year regular full-time M.Tech. Green Energy Technology program at the Department of Green Energy Technology, Madanjeet School of Green Energy Technologies, Pondicherry University, for the Academic Year 2023-24.
The National College recently observed the birth anniversary of the UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh with a commemorative function at the Madanjeet Hall.
The UNESCO Prize for Girls’ and Women’s Education honours outstanding and innovative contributions made by individuals, institutions, and organizations to advance girls’ and women’s education.
The UNESCO Madanjeet Center for South Asia Forestry Studies (UMCSAFS) at College of Natural Resources (CNR), Royal University of Bhutan (RUB) in Lobesa, Punakha, Bhutan, is pleased to announce one candidate each for Madanjeet Singh scholarship from SAARC member countries for twoyears Masters Programme in Natural Resources Management to be undertaken from July 2023 to June 2025.
South Asia Foundation fondly remembers the visionary, UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador Madanjeet Singh, author, diplomat, painter, photographer and philanthropist who dedicated his life to the principle of regional cooperation among the countries of South Asia. He is the first Indian in the history of UNESCO to be nominated UNESCO Goodwill Ambassador. The South Asia Foundation pays tribute to the memory of its Founder and dedicates itself to achieving his vision for the Region.
Despite possessing enviable social indicators at the time of Independence in 1948, Sri Lanka, at 75, is a “failed state”, former President Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga said on Sunday.