Mysore Varsity inks MoU with Haunghui Varsity
The University of Mysore, one of the oldest in the country, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Huanghui University, China for establishing an international school for technology from this academic year, Vice Chancellor Prof K S Rangappa said today. Speaking newsmen here, he said the MOU was signed in China recently when he attended Industrial and Education Forum Meeting.
After the Chinese Government approval, the MoU was signed facilitating exchange programmes of both students and faculty members on regular basis.
Explaining the silent features of the MOU, he said under four-year UGC programmes, first two years the students will study in the country and the next two at Huanghui University.
Similarly, for the six-year master degree course,students will have option to study four years in India and next two years in China. It will vice verse for the students of China also, he added.
He said the students who intended to study in China will enjoy free accommodation facility.
Prof Rangppa said the International School of Technology Courses will, to begin with, have intake of 40 students.
Even if the intake was less, the course will begin even as a sutiable place is being selected for the school.
Nearly 160 students from China were studying in Mysore University.
Over 700 students, who had already completed their courses, were very well placed not only in China but also across the world, he claimed.
(Posted on 29-04-2014)