KMV Signs an MOU with College of the Rockies, Canada – A Landmark

Jalandhar April 26 (Jaswinder Azad)- KMV-the Autonomous & Heritage Institution, Jalandhar reached another landmark achievement with the signing of a memorandum of understanding with College of the Rockies, Canada. Throwing more light on this glorious achievement, Principal Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi averred that under the MOU both the institutions have agreed to the following general forms of cooperation subject to available resources .International education and development partnerships .Exchange of curriculum materials and research information in fields of interest to both institutions .Joint curriculum development or research activities .Exchange of teachers, learners, administrators and counselors to participate in conferences ,symposia and seminars .Staff mobility and exchange which may include teaching for short or long periods and exchange .Transfer and study abroad of students for as determined appropriate on the understanding that the normal admission standards for these programs are satisfied.
She further maintained that this collaboration will make both institutions jointly pursue projects and activities resulting in mutual benefit. The signing of this agreement indicates a commitment of both institutions to work to establish other opportunities for collaboration and exchange of resources. The student community will stand to gain from this MOU which will provide them colossal opportunities for global education. It is worth a mention here that KMV has international partnerships & exchange programs with many top league US Universities like Boston, Chatham, Lesley, Harvard and Eotvos Lorand University, Budapest Hungary. Our students have often attended various programs like Summer Schools etc. in these universities too and have moved on for higher degrees to these universities under KMV collaborations and have been offered scholarships too. The faculty exchange programs will result in the professional visits of the faculty to their sister campus for familiarization with their counterparts and for possible development of mutually beneficial programs. The two institutions may look into the possibility of undertaking joint academic programs deploying their faculty members, drawing upon their respective strengths. This exchange will include the exchange of research findings of the faculty of both these institutions. Prof. Atima Sharma Dwivedi concluded by saying that it is the outcome of such MOUs that our students get global exposure & go up to study in foreign universities including Northeastern University, USA and Boston University.

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