KIUD COLLABORATES WTH SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY, INDIA

KIUD COLLABORATES WTH SINGHANIA UNIVERSITY, INDIA

Kampala International University, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania has recently signed a 10 year Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Singhania University, Rajasthan, India. This is in a bid to promote international cooperation via institutional links between both universities and countries at large.

The MoU which will bring academic collaborations between both universities in Medical Applied Health Science, Para-Medical, MBBS & Management and Research in Medical and Management Research, will provide platforms for certification and awards for interested students and staff to run academic programmes from both universities, either online (E-learning) or directly from any of the universities as the need arises.

Kampala International University, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania was represented by the Vice Chancellor, Professor Florence Tushabe, who signed the MoU with Mr Amit Yadav, the Pro Vice Chancellor of Singhania University, Rajasthan, India. It was signed from Mumbai, India and was witnessed by Ragini Deshpande, the Associate Dean of the Faculty of Allied Health in Kampala International University, Dar Es Salaam and Anil Yadav, from Singhania University.

Both universities have agreed to collaborate in the following areas:

  1. Cooperation in educational projects.
  2. Mainly focused in area of Management, Medical Research, Medical Studies, Para-Medical, MBBS Student exchange programme & Patients exchange programme and IT.
  3. Conducting joint research and development project.
  4. Organization of lectures, symposia, international meetings, conferences, and workshops.
  5. Exchange of research and students.
  6. Exchange of information, teaching materials, technological and scientific publications, and External Examiner.
  7. Providing opportunities for professors and researchers to give lectures.
  8. Search for opportunities to collaborate in the future.
  9. Placement Assistance.
  10. Students Enrichment Programmes.
  11. Conduct short term courses.
  12. Organizing Community Outreach Programmes like Medical Camp.

This collaboration will be followed by a visit from the Singhania team to Tanzania which is planned for in June, 2017. Such collaboration is a very important move towards improving standards through internationalization.

 

 

 

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