November 18, 2020
TED NewsDesk Hyderabad: The Indian School of Business signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indian Council of World Affairs on November 17. The famous B-School of Hyderabad collaborated with ICWA to enhance the field of diplomacy, economy and trade, culture, international relations, social sciences, education, communication and the media and sciences. The dean of ISB, Prof Rajendra Srivastava inked the MoU along with TCA Raghavan, the Director-General of ICWA.
“ISB and ICWA will soon set up a ‘learning table’ involving experts and stakeholders from industry, government and academia to discuss, deliberate opportunities, challenges affecting India and global community,” said Prof Srivastava while talking about the growth.
Raghavan asserted that the agreement might invite new opportunities and combined research in the field of foreign relations. Besides, it may also encourage teamwork in various other matters.
The MoU focuses on co-financing of co seminars, forum and panel discourses on regional and international issues of mutual link-ups among other areas of services.
The collaboration comes as a benefit in growth and improvement of relations and understanding between India and its foreign associates.
Source: Times of India