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January 13th, 2007

Top American university goes all out to engage India

Abstract:
In a university where one out of five international students is from India, the country has never really been far from its management's consciousness. But now Purdue University, one of America's most respected institutions, is going all out to engage India, which many of its faculty members describe as 'one of the two most exciting destinations'.

Charles Rutledge, vice president for research, who is leading a delegation to India from Jan 29 to Feb 7, says: 'I am really looking forward to going to India at a time of great progress. I believe Purdue with its expertise in agriculture, pharmacy and engineering can contribute a great deal to India.'

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