IIT-Kgp, George Washington University Integrates Over Student Exchange Deal
With its leading steps towards globalization, Indian Academic System never fails to amaze the world with its prolific and future building perspectives. Overseas educational integrations are now becoming a regular part of several Indian Universities and colleges.
The Rajiv Gandhi School of Intellectual Property Law (RGSOIPL), one of the sections at Indian Institute of Technology-Kharagpur, has imprinted a deal with the Law School of George Washington University (GWU) for exchange programs for students and faculties, providing them a breath of fresh air.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was inked at a recent conference held in Washington D.C. Vinod Gupta, one of the reputed alumnus and Life Fellow of the IIT-Kharagpur, vowed USD 2, 50,000 in interchange for a group of 8-10 students along with a faculty member between GWU and IIT Kharagpur for the upcoming 5 years.
This initiative would allow an additional support for institutions' integrated relationship, with an aim to support student exchange programs and bringing in intellectual technology and academic assertiveness.
His preceding steps include supporting the cause via several activities such as GW Law faculty offering lectures, IIT Kharagpur members being given a chance for attending GW Law's LLM programme and others.