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July 11th, 2008

Indian varsities keen on tie up with Israel

Abstract:
Jamia Milia Islamia University has evinced keen interest in introducing courses on Judaim while three other premier varsities have sought cooperation with Israeli institutions in areas like agriculture, water management and biotechnology.

A team of Vice Chancellors of four leading Universities including Jawaharlal Nehru University, Calcutta University and Shillong-based North Eastern-Hill University is on a four-day visit to Israel to explore possible areas of cooperation with educational institutions here.

Jamia Vice Chancellor Mushirul Hasan during a meeting with Hebrew University President Menachem Magido expressed his desire to introduce courses on Judaim in his university's programme on comparative religion and talked about the possibility of Israeli professors teaching there.
Hasan also discussed possible exchange programme between the universities.

Jawaharlal Nehru University's Vice Chancellor B B Bhattachary sought an MoU with Hebrew University in the field of water management and conservation.

Bhattacharya has also explored opportunities of cooperation in the field of biotechnology, nanotechnology and economics, besides seeking exchange programme for teachers.

Source:
economictimes.indiatimes.com

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