With the objective of boosting Indo-British relations in creative industries, a new project titled 'Creative Future' promoted by the British Council, will see entrepreneurs being promoted in creative industries like music, computer games and films.
The size of the industries would be small to medium and the Council would evolve project profiles, keeping in mind the objective of improving the relations in this sphere.
The Council's 'international organisation for education opportunities and cultural relations' wing would be embarking on the project, Kartar Singh, Deputy Director South India, British Council, told PTI.
Another agenda of the council was to dwell on future uses of low carbon, which the two nations would jointly work on to see how best they could mitigate the effects of climatic changes, he said.
The components would include finding out architectural improvements in buildings to make them more 'green', creation of networking among scientists and experts in the two countries and developing capacity building for the media to focus on the important topic relevant to the present century.
The Council will convene a meeting at Delhi this month end to finalise the action plan and programmes under a new project called intercultural dialogues between UK and India.