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Seneca signs two MOUs in India

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Published on February 10, 2019 with No Comments

Seneca President David Agnew recently returned from a trip to India, where he signed two MOUs. 

President Agnew renewed Seneca’s memorandum of understanding with the National Institute of Financial Management (NIFM), a leader in training Indian civil servants. Since 2016, NIFM has sent more than 200 Government of India officers to Seneca for short-term training programs on financial and fiscal management, a partnership that the two institutions have agreed to continue for the next five years.

President Agnew also signed a new agreement with Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University during the International Universities Conclave 2019, which occurred as part of the Vibrant Gujarat Global Summit 2019. This partnership will provide Seneca employees with invaluable international experiences. Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University’s 100-acre campus is located in Gandhinagar, which is the capital city of Gujarat and located 23 km north from a well-developed city called Ahmedabad with a population of 8 million people. The city is famous for its remarkable cultural development and social life. PDPU offers multiple courses ranging from engineering, arts, and management along with maximum exposure and opportunities to its students through various national and international exchange programs with some of the top universities worldwide. For the development of its faculties and staff the University endeavors for various Joint Exchange and Research programs. In 2013, Seneca entered into this agreement to facilitate the opportunity for PDPU students enrolled in the University’s BBA program to study in Seneca’s Liberal Arts program. The renewed MOU signed during the International Universities Conclave aims to provide international experience to faculty and staff of both institutions. The MOU was signed by Dr. C. Gopalkrishnan, Director General of PDPU and David Agnew, Seneca President. 

 

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