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Aiming to encourage cooperation between the educational institutions of the two countries, based on their respective academic and educational needs, India is organising an Indo-Hungarian Educational Exchange Programme from April 10 to 24 at Semmelwels University, Hungary. The Union Grants Commission (UGC) implements the Educational Exchange Programmes entered into by the GOI with foreign countries. These, inter alia, provide for visits of Indian teachers/scholars to these countries for a study-cum lecture, exchange of views, establishing contacts and training for various periods.
Prof. M. N. Saraf, principal of Bombay College of Pharmacy has received confirmation from UGC to represent India in educational exchange programme (EEP) at the university to express the views about the pharmacy education and research undertaken in India. Under the Educational Exchange Programme, there are regular exchanges of scholars/researchers and students by both sides. The following activities are envisaged under the EEP: exchange of research materials, educational literature, teaching aids, demonstration material and information, organization of joint conferences and seminars; organization of joint research programmes; organization of training programmes for educational administrators and teachers; exchange of academic and other administrative staff; exchange of scholars, teachers, experts and students; setting up of educational/training institutions and to further develop bilateral programmes between institutions of educational excellence in technical, vocational and higher education. Prof. M. N. Saraf, principal of BCP said, “The purpose of my visit to Semmelwels University which is one of the largest health care institutions in Hungary and other institutes of Hungary is to exchange views, interact with the faculty and scientists, establish contacts and for conducting collaborative programmes in future.” He further added that such invites will help India to grow a lot in research field. “UGC had sent nomination in March 2011 and this year it has got confirmed which will help our country and representing India in Hungary is beneficial for our country to be more advance for conducting drug research, research done by special techniques and adopting the latest techniques used for drug discovering.” Dr. Gylres Klara, professor of Dept of Pharmacology at Semmelwels University has done immense research on screened drugs wherein special techniques are used for drug discovering. This prestigious assignment to represent India will be fruitful to conduct research in pharmacology. In future, BCP will arrange fellowship programmes in drug research, quality control etc. for the benefit of the institute by inviting research scholars, scientists and eminent lecturers from the university.
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