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Deakin University partners With AIIMS and JIPMER

02 July 2018 | News

Both partnerships will contribute towards enhanced future healthcare activities in India

Shri Prakash Javadekar, Honourable Minister of Human Resource Development, Government of India has signed a contract between Australia's Deakin University and the All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) and Jawaharlal Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education and Research (JIPMER) respectively. Both partnerships are built on Deakin's continued commitment to research collaborations in India.

The Minister is on an official visit to Australia with a focus on enhancing education ties between India and Australia. He participated in a Roundtable on Online Education (Australia and India), held at Deakin Downtown, during which the signings took place. The purpose of the event was to explore online education, showcase Australia's experience and increase confidence in QA and qualifications recognition.

AIIMS and Deakin University Partnership - The agreement formalises engagement between both institutes, providing opportunities for research collaboration, faculty and student exchange programs.

Deakin University will engage with AIIMS to enhance the overall research collaboration between the two institutes, with a focus on key healthcare areas. Deakin will also seek to establish a joint PhD program, separate from internships/externships and faculty/student exchange in areas including molecular medicine, public health and psychiatry amongst others.

JIPMER and Deakin University joined hands towards collaboration and establishment of joint PhD programme from 2017. In addition, the areas of cooperation include Post Graduate programmes in neuro surgical skill training, head and neck radiation oncology, faculty exchange programme, study tours, exchange of knowledge through webinar, MBBS student exchange programme and organisation of a joint workshop with other healthcare partners of Deakin.

Both partnerships will contribute towards enhanced future healthcare activities in India.

 

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