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Sydney Varsities Collaborate With Indian Varsities

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Sydney & Indian Varsities Ties Up
The University of Sydney has entered into agreements with JNU and a private University here to facilitate collaboration between students in the field of teaching,, training and research.

The senior official of JGU University of Haryana said "The offshore university is marking the Australia-India year of friendship by sending a high level academic delegation to India. It has signed two separate MoU with the Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) and with the OP Jindal Global University (JGU)".

Under the MoU signed with JGU, the Sydney Law School and Jindal Global Law School will undertake student and faculty exchanges, joint conferences and Joint research programmes.

On welcoming this development professor John Hearn, Deputy or Vice Chancellor (International) of the University of Sydney said that the MoU will assist the universities in understanding national priorities.

He said "The law schools of OP Jindal and Sydney will explore research and student exchange programmes which will help us in approaches to international challenges and in understanding our national priorities".

JGU Vice Chancellor Professor C Raj Kumar said "Students as well as the faculty members stand to gain immensely from the joint programme institutes between the two universities. We are delighted at the prospect of meaningful learning, teaching and research collaborations across the whole intellectual spectrum of both universities".

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