Jamshedpur, July 18: A group of students from various parts of South Korea are in the steel city on a cultural exchange to understand the culture and education systems in India, especially Jharkhand.
Organized by the Bangaluru-based India Campus Crusade for Christ (ICCC), the trip aims to connect the South Korean students with their local counterparts. The students, divided in three groups of four each, visited the Jamshedpur Workers’ College, Graduate School College for Women and other city colleges.
The group has arrived in Jamshedpur on July 14 and will leave by July 25 directly to their country. The students were impressed with the discipline system of the college and respectful attitude of the students. They enjoyed seeing the students working in the classes and admire high quality of mathematical skills.
Haylie, a student from Hanyang University, Seoul, South Korea, who visited the Jamshedpur Workers’ College today, said that they are also studying the differences of education pattern or systems in India and South Korea.
Jonathan, another member in the group who studies at the Seoul National University of Technology (SNUT), said his wish was to go through the lifestyle patterns in India.
This was his opportunity to visit India so he couldn’t miss the chance. He noted that the objective of visit is to learn about the Indian system of education and how the bar could be raised to develop the talent for the future of our society.
A college teacher said that the classroom education of the student is not the only thing on their agenda, but they are keen on broader issues like promotion of culture, brotherhood along with issues like conservation of water and greenery is part of the spectrum.