Indian University signs MoU with Iraq

By John Lee.

India’s Desh Bhagat University has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Iraq.

While welcoming the Iraqi delegation, chancellor of the university Zora Singh (pictured) said that the aim of this educational exchange programme was to provide opportunities to the students and faculty of both countries to interact with each other on important international economic, social, cultural and educational issues.

According to the report from the Hindustan Times, the Joint Secretary for Education, PMO, Hussain Taher Naser said that this MoU would strengthen the relations between both countries and students of both sides will get a chance to learn.

A cultural programme was also arranged on the occasion, in which university students performed bhangra and giddha.

(Source: Hindustan Times)

2 Responses to Indian University signs MoU with Iraq

  1. my name February 10, 2014 at 6:13 pm #

    I cant understand how a delegation from the honorable PM office of Iraq can visit a one year old privet university which is also not on the list of the approved 20 Indian universities by the ministry of higher education and scientific research of Iraq ??????!!!!!!!
    this visit will send wrong signals to the Iraqi students and provide legitimacy and endorsements to straggling one year old privet university …..the question in my mind what is the cost??