University of Wolverhampton in the UK is ready to provide significant assistance to improve education standards in India and enable it to become a leading global economy by strengthening business innovation, its Chancellor Lord Swraj Paul said on Friday.
NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul, a close confidant of late premier Indira Gandhi, was described in British diplomatic circles as an "alternative Indian High Commissioner in London" in 1980s, according to newly-declassified UK government documents.
Lord Swraj Paul, NRI industrialist based here, has sharply attacked Prime Minister David Cameron over corruption in Britain after he figured in an exchange in parliament over Swiss bank accounts of British residents.
NRI industrialist Lord Swraj Paul has said that he "feels very sad" that the British Government cannot find little money for the proposed Mahatma Gandhi statue to be installed at the Parliament Square here.
The University of Wolverhampton, one of the leading British varsities, is keen to work with India to improve education standards, create opportunities, build and strengthen business innovation and help it become a leading economy, its Chancellor Lord Swraj Paul has said.