PNN/ Faridabad: In order to establish and promote international relations of the University in educational, technical, research and cultural domains, J.C. Bose University of Science and Technology, YMCA, Faridabad has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Aurel Vlaicu University of Arad, Romania. 

A two-member delegation from Aurel Vlaicu University (AVU), consisting of Rector Dr. Ramona Lile and Prof. Valentina Emilia Balas visited J.C. Bose University at Faridabad and after due consultations, the MoU was signed by the Rector of AVU, Dr. Ramona Lile and Vice Chancellor of J.C. Bose University, Prof. Dinesh Kumar. Registrar Dr. S.K. Garg, Chairperson of Computer Engineering Dr. Komal Kumar Bhatia, Chairperson of Computer Applications Dr. Atul Mishra, Director, International Affairs Cell Dr. Shilpa Sethi and Senior Faculty Members of J.C. Bose University were also present on this occasion.

The aim for signing of MoU with AVU is to support of academic partnerships with the university which include research collaboration, the exchange of faculty, researchers, students, publications, academic programs and collaborative research projects.
Prof. Valentina gave a detailed presentation about AVU, its academic programs and international activities, especially the joint programs with a number of international universities. She pointed out the importance of collaborative efforts between the two parties through the establishment of lectures, seminars, scientific conferences, various training courses in areas of shared interest, in addition to holding workshops in the fields of IT, Engineering and Management.

A brief presentation about J. C. Bose University and its available academic programmes was also given on this occasion. Vice Chancellor Prof. Dinesh Kumar said that international cooperation plays an important role in building a globally competent academic and research system in a University and J.C. Bose University has been working towards strengthening its international tie-ups so as to further fostering advancement in teaching, learning and research. The exchange programme between both the institutions would provide an opportunity to faculty members, researchers and students of both the institutions to learn and experience from the international environment, he added. Vice Chancellor also expressed his wish to establish joint research teams with the aim of improving the quality of the disciplines taught by both institutions.