MoU signed between Jindal and Harvard aims to pursue transformative education by empowering India’s aspirations to build a knowledgeable society
Harvard University and OP Jindal Global University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to widen their knowledge of research and educational activities in the field of human rights, development and public health.
The two universities have agreed for a student engagement through an annual teaching session which will be held at Harvard for Jindal students.
Association to promote institutional excellence
C Raj Kumar, Vice Chancellor of Jindal Global University (JGU), in a statement, said “This collaboration has taken the form of an annual study abroad programme conducted at Harvard University for nearly 30 students from JGU. At the successful completion of the programme, the Jindal students will earn academic credits and the course will be reflected in the transcript’’.
Apart from this, there are going to be future conferences which will include issues that are at the intersection of human rights, development, law, public policy, public health and governance.
With this collaboration the Indian university visions to offer world-class education with a view to promoting institutional excellence in teaching and research. Working together to impart education is an example as to what a young Indian university with a vision for promoting excellence can accomplish and indeed offer fantastic opportunities to its students and faculty.