08 March 2023 | News
To engage students in training and innovative research aimed at addressing social needs
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New Delhi-based Jamia Hamdard University has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Dalhousie University, Canada, to promote academic and research cooperation between the two universities.
Dalhousie VP Global, Matt Hebb, and Jamia Hamdard University Vice-Chancellor Afshar Alam have signed the MoU by kicking off a partnership that will focus first on collaborations in nursing.
The MoU seeks to establish a collaborative research and degree programme for the nursing students of School of Nursing and Allied Health, Jamia Hamdard.
“The coming together of these two institutes of international repute will further increase the quality of research, education and opportunities for students and help them become global citizens,” said Hebb.