Tishk International University signed an MoU with D. Y. Patil, Deemed to be University
Tishk International University (TIU) represented by Prof. Dr. Abdul Samad Salahuddin Ahmad, the president of TIU, Dr. Mehmet Ozdemir, vice president for academic affairs, Dr. Jaafer Hussein, director of international relations office, Mr. Karwan Sherwany/ the dean of faculty of administrative sciences and economics/ TIU, Mr. Aws Yahya, international relations office representative at the faculty of administrative sciences and economics meets D Y Patil, Deemed to be University,Navi Mumbai, India represented by Dr. Vandana Mishra Chaturvedi, pro vice chancellor ), Ms. Pallavi Chaudhri, director, Ms.Bhakti Naik ,core team members, Ms Sejal Kharat, core team members, and Mr. Sai Kiran Ravi, core team members virtually on 12th of September 2022, at 13:30 Erbil time.
D. Y. Patil Deemed to be University, Navi Mumbai, India, established under Section 3 of the UGC Act, 1956, vide Notification No. F.9-21/2000-U.3 dated 20th June 2002 of Government of India. Re-accredited (2nd Cycle) by the National Assessment and Accreditation Council (NAAC) ‘A’ Grade with CGPA of 3.40. An ISO 9001: 2015 Certified University.
It has thirteen (1. Ayurveda 2· Architecture 3· Biotechnology and Bioinformatics 4. Dentistry 5. Hospitality and Tourism Study 6. Law 7. Medicine 8. Management 9. Nursing 10. Occupational Therapy 11. Pharmacy 12. Physiotherapy 13. Ramrao Adik Institute of Technology) schools.
With the aim of cooperation in education and research areas of mutual interest, and encouraging direct contact and cooperation between faculty members, departments, research institutions and students, both universities (TIU and D. Y. Patil Deemed to be University) have signed an MoU on 12th of September 2022, at 13:30 Erbil Time.
In the meeting the key officials at both universities presents their university, and major achievements in terms of both quantity and quality to each other. The mechanism of the MoU implementation and different areas of collaboration are also discussed.
To conclude both parties confirmed the importance of having opportunities for further mutual approaches to promote academic, cultural and scientific collaboration in the future.