India has joined the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), joining a growing list of countries to formally become a member.
In a move that was hailed as a major achievement, the United States, Australia and China joined a group of countries that includes Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and India.
The four countries joined a global effort to modernize UNESCO and address global challenges.
The move came as India’s government and its educational institutions sought to modernise education and tackle the challenges facing the country, including poverty, illiteracy and malnutrition.
The Indian government has invested $2 billion in the institution, and the U.N. has promised to invest $1 billion over five years to ensure that the country reaches the target of educating 100 million children by 2025.
The U.S. is the first country to join the UN.
Educational, Cultural and Tourism Organization (ACETO), which is chaired by U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May.
The United States is also the first to formally join the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD).
China, Nepal and Bangladesh joined ACETO after India joined the organization.
China, Nepal’s main trading partner, has also become a UNESCO member.
The new UN-led body, which is set up in 2020, has a membership of 5.7 million people, including a quarter of the world’s population.
India has more than 40 million.
India and the world have been in a war of words over education since the government launched a series of ambitious reforms to improve education in the country after years of a brutal government crackdown.
It has launched a campaign to promote education, with a new National Curriculum for Literacy, which aims to promote reading, writing and math.
India, which has the second-highest illiteracy rate among the world countries, has been grappling with the issue of poverty and poverty alleviation.
The government has tried to address the issue through a series that includes a National School Curricula, a National Education Fund, a new national curriculum and more than 2,000 schools that are equipped with technology to help students study more effectively.
Despite its focus on education, the government has not been able to eradicate poverty.
A survey released in October showed that 42 per cent of Indians still live in poverty, and half of them have low literacy.
In a statement, the Prime Minister said, “The United Nations and its partners have been helping to tackle the world wide challenge of poverty, especially in sub-Saharan Africa.
India’s commitment to improving the quality of life for its citizens is reflected in the number of schoolchildren enrolled in higher education.
India’s national education curriculum is now being used in schools around the world, and its efforts are leading to an increase in the literacy rate among children.
As part of its effort to make education accessible, the country also has launched the National Curtain, a global initiative to provide safe, clean water, sanitation and other social protection services for all, which helps the poor.
There are also plans to improve access to medicines, food, and clean water in the world.
The Prime Minister also announced that the government will launch a national dialogue on the need to address global poverty.