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Srinagar Cluster University inks MoU with HBSU Mumbai

 

Srinagar, Jun 11: Cluster University Srinagar (CUS) has entered Memorandum of Understanding with Dr. Homi Baba State University (HBSU) Mumbai with the aim of fostering collaborative research, innovation and academic development.

According to the news agency—Kashmir News Observer (KNO), the MOU was signed by the Vice Chancellor, Cluster University Srinagar, Prof Qayyum Husain and Vice Chancellor of Dr. Homi Baba State University, Prof Rajanish K Kamat.

The MOU will remain in effect for a period of three years and covers a wide range of areas including promotion of research, information exchange, enhancement of practical education and faculty exchange programme.

Senior officials of Cluster University were present on the occasion including Registrar, Dr. Syed Wilayat Hussain Rizvi; In-charge Dean Academics and Dean Humanities and Liberal Arts, Dr. Deeba Sarmad; Controller of Examinations, Dr. Khurshid Ahmad Mir; Dean Commerce & Management, Dr.G.M Lone; Dean Sciences, Dr. Naseer Hussain Shah; Dean Social Sciences, Dr. Nazir Ahmad Kotey, Dean Teacher Education, Dr. Munir Ahmad Mir and Assistant Registrar, Mr. Gulzar Ahmad.

Referring to the MoU, Prof. Qayyum said, “Both universities aim to advance research initiatives and cultivate a strong research culture among students and faculty members.”

He said, “We also intend to share valuable information about our programs and activities to enrich the practical education experience for students. Adding, “We also plan to jointly organize seminars, conferences, workshops and other events.”

“The faculty exchange programme shall promote cross-pollination of ideas, pedagogical methods, and research expertise. Our faculty development programmes will empower educators with advanced pedagogical techniques, research methodologies and leadership skills,” Prof. Qayyum said.

The CUS VC further added that the MoU may be renewed upon mutual agreement after three years.

—(KNO)

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