Desk for International Affairs established at HAU
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The Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCS HAU) has established a Desk for International Affairs at its Directorate of Human Resource Management (DHRM).
Disclosing this here today, HAU Registrar Dr R S Dalal said that establishment of this desk would facilitate greater exchange of students and staff from CCS HAU with foreign universities. Dr R B Srivastava, Associate Director, Human Resource Management and Incharge of the Patent Cell of the university, has been entrusted with the responsibility of heading the desk .
It may be mentioned that recently, the university has signed MOUs with several foreign universities, including Michigan University and Maryland State University of USA and Weningen University of Netherlands, and the process of signing MOUs with the research institutes and universities of Germany, France and Netherlands are in the pipeline. The Registrar said that the need for the establishment of this cell was being felt in view of the number of intents for collaboration being received from foreign universities.
According to Dr R K Kashyap, Director, Human Resource Management, two batches of students of the final year of Bachelor of Veterinary Sciences (B.V.Sc) have already completed their study tours with the universities of USA. He said the desk would help make travel and boarding arrangements for those going on exchange programmes.
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