In order to strengthen academic ties between the two institutions, the Christian Service University of Ghana and PP Savani University in India recently signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
The agreement was reached after a three-member delegation from PP Savani University visited Christian Service University University College in Kumasi for familiarization purposes.
Mr. Komal Komar Shah, the West Africa Representative for PPSU, served as the delegation’s leader. The purpose of the tour was to provide the delegation with an opportunity to become familiar with the academic structure and other university practices while also exploring the potential for academic cooperation.
The Christian Service University College management was represented by the President, Professor Samuel Kofi Afrane, together with the Registrar, Mr. A K Doku, and the Dean of Students, Ms. Nelly Dorborson.
The SRC President, Mr. Emmanuel Amegavi Sosu, and other Executives also spoke on behalf of the Students’ Representative Council, which was responsible for initiating the MoU.
According to the MOU, the two universities will work together to conduct cooperative research, exchange students and staff, and plan joint lectures, symposia, international meetings, conferences, and seminars.
Additionally, CSUC students will have the chance to travel to India for a one-month exchange program with free accommodation, free meals, and free industrial attachment.
According to Professor Afrane, who spoke on behalf of Christian Service University, this partnership between the Christian Service University of Ghana and PP Savani University marks a key milestone in the development of academics and information exchange between the two countries.
Mr. Komal Komar Shah believes that Ghana is the best educational gateway to West Africa and that the chance for both Institutions to work together would result in high-caliber graduates for both nations.
The relationship is expected to create new and exciting opportunities for the students, faculty, and researchers of both institutions, enabling them to engage in academic activities that will be mutually beneficial, according to Master Sosu, the SRC president who negotiated the MoU.
Source: Ghanatodayonline.com/Eric Murphy Asare