SGRR University signs MOUs with two reputed Nepali universities
The chancellor of SGRR University Mahant Devendra Dass Maharaj has expressed happiness over the signing of MOUs
Shri Guru Ram Rai University has signed MOUs with two reputed universities of Nepal on Monday. While the first one has been signed with Agriculture & Forestry University, Nepal the other one has been signed with Tribhuwan University, Nepal (Central University of Nepal). As a result of the MOUs of SGRR University with Nepali universities, the faculty members, researchers and students of the universities of these two countries would share knowledge about the educational and research activities going on in the universities of these two countries.
Notably, a two-day International programme was held at the General Assembly of Himalayan University Consortium on October 30 and 31 with the participation of 200 delegates from 18 countries. On the occasion, an M O U was signed between SGRR University and Agriculture & Forestry University, Nepal in regards to the exchange of international research works. The occasion was marked by the participation of 53 vice-chancellors of Himalayan University Consortium. Mention worthy, Agriculture & Forestry University, Nepal is the first technical university of Nepal.
The vice-chancellor, Shri Guru Ram Rai University, Pitambar Prasad Dhyani informed that after getting acquainted with the research and education works taking place in the countries, the faculties and students of these universities would develop new dimensions in research and education. He further said that from time to time, research papers would be exchanged among the universities. In future, the universities would organize combined research conferences, seminars and symposiums.
The chancellor of SGRR University Mahant Devendra Dass Maharaj has expressed happiness over the signing of MOUs with the two reputed universities of Nepal.
Tuesday, 06 November 2018 | PNS | Dehradun–
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