Published: 31st May 2018
Dr BR Ambedkar University signs MoU with Lincoln University, Malaysia
The MoU had been signed on Tuesday when officials of the Malaysian university visited the campus of the Dr BR Ambedkar University
In order to further strengthen its standing in the field of research and education, Dr BR Ambedkar University officials have signed a MoU with a Malaysian university, Lincoln University College. K Raghu Babu, the registrar of the local university and Dr Amiya Bhaumik, CEO and vice chancellor of the Lincon University College signed the MoU on behalf of both the institutions.
The MoU had been signed on Tuesday when officials of the Malaysian university visited the campus of the Dr BR Ambedkar University. With the signing of the MoU, students and researchers of both the universities will now find it easier to do research - in both India and Malaysia - provided basic norms are met.
The registrar of the Dr. B.R Ambedkar University said, "With the MoU signed, the way has been made easy, in terms of norms, for the students of our university to take up research programmes in Malaysia at the Lincoln University and the same is true for the Lincoln University students, who can do research here. With a view to strengthening the educational services provided by our university, particularly in the field of research, we have signed this MoU and many other MoUs earlier, with several national and international organisations".
He also said that so far they had signed as many as 15 MoUs with various organisations from across the globe. "Keeping the research programmes and quality education in view, we signed MoUs with Yunus Centre of Bangladesh, Korea Foundation of South Korea and many others," he said. He also said that they did even sign a MoU with IIM, Bengaluru, in view of management studies.
The students and researchers of Dr B R.Ambedkar University and even the faculty members, however, have been visiting various countries to take up research programmes, he said. The knowledge with regards to social sciences, science, and technology would be exchanged with various countries, as part of these agreements, he said.