Itanagar: Dorjee Khandu Government College, Tawang, Arunachal Pradesh has signed a Tripartite Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on Tuesday with Delhi University and Hindu College, Delhi aimed at boosting exchange programmes in the areas of capacity-building of faculty members for the improvement of teaching-learning process, research activities, etc.
The Tripartite MoU has been inked under the Vidya Vistar Scheme (V2 Scheme), an initiative of University of Delhi and Hindu College, Delhi which envisages to establish academic linkages between its colleges and departments with corresponding institute in remote areas of the country, a press note from the Tawang college said.
Under the scheme, the Hindu College, Delhi shall extend its academic resources and facilities available for the V2 Scheme with an aim to be a catalyst for the faster growth of Dorjee Khandu Government College, Tawang. Similarly, the College shall also share its resources in the fields of academic, education and research.
The partner institutes shall also organize online/offline lectures, workshops, trainings, meetings and other programmes for capacity building of the faculty members. To the extent possible, visits of faculties will be facilitated for the purpose, it said.
The teachers and researchers of both the partner institutes may be engaged in joint research activities and be co-investigators in the research programmes submitted to funding agencies.
Further, library resources may be shared for providing support in capacity building of the faculty and for improvement of their teaching and research skills between the partner institutes.
The agreement also seeks to forge mutually beneficial linkages with its partners through various platforms so as to initiate and initiate innovation activities and boost Start-ups, the press note added.