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Koti college ropes in Taiwanese varsity
The University College for Women has signed an MoU with National Dong Hwa University of Taiwan, for student exchange programme As per the MoU, the college and Taiwan University shall exchange students and faculty for mutual transfer of knowledge and in relation to the students exchange programme
Koti: The University College for Women has signed an MoU with National Dong Hwa University of Taiwan, for student exchange programme. As per the MoU, the college and Taiwan University shall exchange students and faculty for mutual transfer of knowledge and in relation to the students exchange programme.
This was announced at the ongoing two-day international conference on “Emerging trends in spectroscopic techniques and their application” being held at the Chemistry department at the University College for Women. S Ramchandram, Vice-Chancellor, Osmania University, encouraged the students and faculty to take up research with utmost dedication and utilise the opportunity to interact with the scientists and academicians from Taiwan, NDH University.
Along with Prof. Limbadri, Vice Chairman of TSCHE, the guest of honour and Prof. D. Ashok, Director of RDCC, OU and Prof P Veerasomaiah, OU, the special guests at the conference, the principal and vice-principal of UCW, Prof A Roja Rani and Dr Saritha Reddy were also present.