BSE Institute Ltd and IDC Herzliya Sign MoU for Student Exchange Program

By Malavikka

BSE Institute Ltd and IDC Herzliya have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to offer collaborative programs, research initiatives, and student exchange programs.

The MoU was signed in Delhi between Ambarish Datta, MD and CEO, BSE Institute Ltd and Prof. Uriel Reichman, President and Founder of IDC Herzliya, in the presence of Reuven Rivlin, President of the State of Israel, and HRD Minister of India Prakash Javadekar.

"Israel has been a global leader in innovation and technology for many years. This tie up with IDC Herzliya is an excellent opportunity to develop Indian students in the domain of Innovation, technology and startups. This collaboration also helps us develop research based projects in the area of Cyber Security, Big Data, amongst other things. Along with IDC Herzliya, I am sure we will be able to prepare our students to face the challenges of the 21st century - today" said Ambarish Datta.

BSE Institute Ltd and IDC Herzliya Sign MoU


"We are looking forward to this exciting chapter in our collaboration, jointly educating the youth of our countries to the challenges of the 21st century and the possibilities to develop entrepreneurial leadership, technological innovation, and joint commercial and social ventures." said Uriel Reichman.

Both BSE Institute and Israel's IDC Herzliya aim to provide world-class education to the students through collaborative programs, research initiatives and student exchange initiatives. In addition, the MoU provides opportunities to students from both the countries who aspire to study abroad and exchange innovative ideas.

BSE Institute Limited (BIL) is a wholly owned subsidiary of BSE Limited. BIL inherits from BSE the knowledge and insights into the capital markets industry, garnered over the past 140 years.

IDC Herzliya is a university with 7000 students, consisting 1800 students from 86 different countries, brings a distinctive, interdisciplinary experience to Israeli academia.

Also Read: HAL & IISc Sign MoU To Start Skill Development Centre

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