New Delhi, twelfth February 2024 – A distinguished delegation from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem lately visited India to strengthen tutorial ties with a number of Indian universities. The go to explored alternatives for analysis collaboration, pupil and school exchanges, and the sharing of data and experience in varied tutorial disciplines.
Led by Prof. Oron Shagrir, Vice President for International Affairs, the delegation comprised esteemed school members and directors from the Hebrew, University of Jerusalem together with Prof. Shlomo Magdassi, Chair of the HUJI Innovation heart, the Institute of Chemistry, and the Center for Nanoscience andNanotechnology, Prof. Saul Burdman, Dean of the Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment and Prof. Michal Goldberg, Vice Dean for International Affairs, Faculty of Sciences
The go to included engagements with representatives from a number of outstanding Indian universities together with Indian Institute of Technology Delhi (IIT-D), All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS), Tata Institute of Fundamental Research (TIFR), Indian Institute of Technology Bombay (IIT-B), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), National Centre for Biological Sciences (NCBS) and Indian Institute of Management Bengaluru(IIM-B), fostering a spirit of collaboration and cultural change.
Key goals of the delegation go to included:
Research Collaboration: The Israeli delegation explored avenues for joint analysis tasks and partnerships with Indian universities, fostering interdisciplinary collaboration and addressing international challenges.
Student and Faculty Exchanges: The delegation aimed toward exploring and establishing frameworks for pupil and school exchanges, selling cross-cultural understanding, and enriching the educational expertise for each Israeli and Indian students.
Workshops and Seminars: Collaborative workshops and seminars have been carried out throughout the go to, offering a platform for educational discussions, concept change, and the exploration of potential joint initiatives.
“We are excited concerning the alternative to strengthen our ties with prime Indian universities and discover avenues for collaboration. This go to represents a dedication to fostering tutorial ties, selling cultural change, and contributing to the worldwide data ecosystem. We imagine that by working collectively, we are able to create significant alternatives for college kids and school from each Israel and India” stated Prof. Oron Shagrir.
Talking concerning the current ties with Indian universities, he added, “Our thriving collaboration with esteemed Indian establishments of greater training has considerably enriched the educational
panorama on the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Through strategic institutional partnerships, our main researchers and entrepreneurs interact in significant collaborations with their Indian counterparts, seamlessly mixing their tutorial pursuits with sensible innovation.”
The delegation go to underscores the significance of international partnerships in advancing training, analysis, and cultural understanding. As each nations try to excel in varied tutorial disciplines, the collaboration between the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and esteemed Indian universities is poised to make a constructive affect on the worldwide tutorial panorama.