India and the UAE Sign an Agreement to Improve Professor and Student Collaboration


An agreement was inked by the UAE and India to improve their educational ties. The agreement covers academic cooperation between universities in both nations, teacher and student mobility, information sharing, and capacity building. The establishment of a Joint Working Group to assess its execution will also be facilitated by the MoU. Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan of India talked about plans for student exchange programs and expressed appreciation for the UAE’s support of Indian curriculum schools. During his visit, Pradhan paid visits to several Abu Dhabi schools, including Abu Dhabi Indian School and 42 Abu Dhabi.

On Wednesday, a memorandum of understanding (MoU) was signed by India and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to enhance their current educational cooperation, facilitate teacher and student mobility, and undertake numerous other projects.

In Abu Dhabi, visiting Union Minister of Education Dharmendra Pradhan and UAE counterpart Dr. Ahmad Al Falasi signed the Memorandum of Understanding.

According to a statement from the Union ministry of education, the purpose of the MoU is to further the two nations’ current collaboration in the area of educational institutions.

This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) covers a number of topics, including as the sharing of educational information, the development of TVET teachers’ capacity, and the promotion of scholarly cooperation between higher education institutions in the two nations. The ministry released a statement saying, “This partnership will open the door for Twinning, Joint Degree, and Dual Degree Programs, further strengthening educational ties between our nations.”

The agreement would make it easier to form a Joint Working Group (JWG), which will be led by an Indian and UAE ministry of education representative. The JWG will examine this memorandum’s execution at least once a year, on alternate years, according to the ministry.

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