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IIT-Jammu, J&K govt ink MoU to improve higher education quality

PTI     February 26, 2021

IIT Jammu and the Higher Education Department have signed an agreement to pave the way for improving the state of higher education in Jammu and Kashmir. It was signed at a meeting chaired by IIT Jammu Director Manoj Singh Gaur and Talat Parvez Rohella, commissioner secretary, Department of Higher Education.

The IIT is prepared to share the state-of-art research resources and infrastructure with the educational institutions in order to enhance the quality of research in the region, they said. The experts from IIT Jammu will enhance the knowledge base of the faculty and students on several fronts, including machine learning, big data, cloud computing.

The agreement is set to pave the way for improving the state of higher education in the UT, they added. The scope of the agreement includes academic, research, administrative, and consultancy collaborations.

They have agreed to work together on improving faculty excellence in degree colleges, faculty development programmes in various disciplines, such as engineering, science and humanities and social sciences for the existing faculty members, improving employment of the youth, knowledge sharing to improve the skill set of faculty members, they said.

They will collaborate to improve the skill set of the faculty members by offering numerous faculty development programmes around the year, equipping them with innovative teaching methods, research excellence in order to deliver quality education to the students.

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