Hemant to speak at annual conclave at Harvard University
Soren’s office yesterday had officially announced that it has accepted the invitation
By Raj Kumar
Ranchi, Dec 27: Jharkhand chief minister Hemant Soren will deliver a lecture on his experience of effective handling of covid-19 and host of other issues such as tribal rights, sustainable development & welfare policies in Jharkhand, at the 18th Annual India Conference at Harvard University to be held next year between February 19-21. CM’s keynote is tentatively scheduled for February 20.
Soren’s office accepts the invitation
An official statement from his office yesterday informed that organizers of the India conference at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts sent an official invitation to the chief minister on December 25 (Friday) seeking his consent to be a part of the event as a speaker on a keynote panel.
Soren’s office yesterday had officially announced that it had accepted the invitation and also tweeted stating: “Hon’ble Chief Minister @HemantSorenJMM has been invited by @Harvard University to deliver a lecture in February 2021.The Chief Minister has accepted the invitation & thanked the organisers. He will speak on tribal rights, sustainable development & welfare policies in Jharkhand.”
The India conference is the largest student run conference in North America focusing on India, and one of the world’s leading forums for dialogue, debate, networking around issues pertaining to contemporary India.
Over 1000 people from academia, industry, business leaders, policy makers and government bodies are its usual attendees while the conference reaches to over five million people through its social media channels, claimed the organizers.