MoU signed between Jamia Millia Islamia and Iranian University for academic collaboration
An MoU has been signed between Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) and Iran’s Al-Mustafa International University for a long-term academic collaboration.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between Jamia Millia Islamia (JMI) and Iran’s Al-Mustafa International University for a long-term academic collaboration in the field of research, education and innovation. The MoU was signed by Prof Talat Ahmad, Vice-Chancellor, JMI and his counterpart Dr Ali Reza Arafi, Vice Chancellor, Al-Mustafa International University.
As per NDTV report, the MoU will enable the two institutions to collaborate in the field of research and teaching leading to restructuring of courses, development of new methods of teaching and learning and undertaking interdisciplinary studies and promotion of international understanding, said a statement from the New Delhi based Indian Central University.
Students exchange and much more
It also envisages faculty and student exchange, research collaborations in humanities, culture, Persian language and literature, management, mass communication and Islamic studies besides holding joint conferences, seminars, workshops and sharing of academic data, intellectual property and publications.
Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor JMI, Prof. Talat Ahmad said that common academic areas should be explored and identified for research and exchange of faculty and students. He added that the rich cultures of Iran and India should be studied to develop better understanding between the two countries.[Source”indianexpress”]