OP Jindal University seeks collaboration with AIT -

April 04, 2014

India-based OP Jindal Global University has sought a collaboration with the Asian Institute of Technology (AIT). A delegation from what is one of India’s youngest universities expressed its interest in engaging with AIT by offering joint educational, training and research programs.

The delegation included Prof. Sanjeev Sahni, Principal Director, Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences, and Lt. Gen (retd.) Dr. Rajesh Kochhar, Director, International Relations, Outreach and Capacity Building.

Visiting AIT on 29 April 2014, the visitors expressed their admiration of AIT’s long history and internationality. Prof. Sahni elaborated on the ‘study abroad’ program of their university, and expressed his desire to partner with AIT. Dr. Kochhar remarked that the two universities could jointly conduct training and capacity building programs.

The delegation interacted with Prof. Worsak Kanok-Nukulchai, AIT’s Interim President; Prof. Sivanappan Kumar, Vice President for Academic Affairs; Prof. Nitin Kumar Tripathi of School of Engineering and Technology (SET); Ms. Wannapa Pliansri, Coordinator, Royal Thai Government, External Relations and Communications Office (ERCO); Mr. Md. Zia Islam, Senior Academic Officer, School of Management; and Mr. Arthur Lance Gonzales, Assistant Program Officer, ERCO.

More details about OP Jindal Global University are available at this link: http://www.jgu.edu.in