CHARUSAT and Bhutan’s Edulink signs MOU for cooperation and sharing of knowledge in the areas of Education and Research

CHARUSAT and Bhutan’s Edulink signs MOU for cooperation and sharing of knowledge in the areas of Education and Research. Representative of Education Ministry of the Government of Bhutan and CEO, Edulink Education Consultancy and Placement Firm, Bhutan (authorized by the Government of Bhutan) during a recent visit inked the MOU with the university.

During the course of their visit, an MOU was inked between CHARUSAT and Edulink Bhutan for cooperation and knowledge sharing across many areas of education and research. They were given a holistic idea about the educational and research activities carried out at CHARUSAT. The primary agenda of the visit was to enable seamless cooperation between both the organizations across varied disciplines.

Chhimi Tshewang from the Ministry of Education, Bhutan led the team with many eminent authorities were present during the signing of the MOU. Chhimi Tshewang (Representative of the Royal Government of Bhutan), Tashi Chonjur (CEO, Edulink Education Consultancy and Placement Firm), Dr. Pankaj Joshi (Provost, CHARUSAT), Dr. B. G. Patel (Advisor, CHARUSAT), Dr. Devang Joshi (Registrar, CHARUSAT), Dr. Harish Desai (Deputy Registrar, CHARUSAT), Dr. Vijay R. Panchal (Convener, International Students’ Cell, CHARUSAT) and Arpan Desai (Member, International Students’ Cell, CHARUSAT) were present during the event.

Arpan Desai and Dr. V. Prakash from CHARUSAT had visited the Bhutan International Consultant Conference held in April 2018, during which they extended an invitation to the Education Ministry of the Royal Government of Bhutan to visit the CHARUSAT campus.

The MOU will ensure seamless sharing of knowledge and skills and exchange of students and faculty members between both the organizations. Brilliant young Bhutanese minds will come to CHARUSAT for studying in its various programmes.

The Bhutanese team appreciated the various research activities and programmes carried out at CHARUSAT. They also expressed their wish that CHARUSAT should help Bhutan in field of education and research and they would also like to ensure that their students avail the various scholarships provided by CHARUSAT.

Dr. Pankaj Joshi stressed upon the enormous potential of cooperation that exists between the two countries in the fields of science, technology, engineering, pharmacy, paramedical and beyond.

Currently, 12 students from Nepal are pursuing their graduate and post-graduate studies at CHARUSAT.

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