MDI Gurgaon Signs MOU With University of Kashmir

MDI Gurgaon, one of the top B-Schools in India, has revived the MoU with University of Kashmir.

Published: 13th April 2016 12:40 PM  |   Last Updated: 13th April 2016 12:40 PM   |  A+A-


NEW DELHI: MDI Gurgaon, one of the top B-Schools in India, has revived the MoU with University of Kashmir for its International Summer University 2016.

The purpose of the MoU is to invite meritorious students from University of Kashmir for the summer programme and give them enhanced academic exposure. The International Summer University 2016 hosts several overseas students and faculty who wish to experience India’s business environment first hand and understand this emerging national economy from close quarters.

The MoU will, therefore, also offer augmented multi-cultural interactions to the most promising students of tier II cities in India. The MoU was signed in the presence of Prof C.P Shrimali, Acting Director, MDI, Gurgaon.

Sharing his thoughts about this initiative, Prof. C.P Shrimali said, “At MDI, we believe in widening the horizons of students from across the country through our best-in-class facilities and programmes.”

“The idea is to offer them the best of international exposure so that they become nimble in their decision-making, thought processes and business approaches. The International Summer University is one of the most vibrant, mentally stimulating and culturally educative programmes that students from tier II cities in India can benefit from,” added Shrimali.

Students from all the partner institutions of MDI are invited to interact and exchange their thoughts and ideas to gain an evolved social, cultural and economic perspective on various subjects.

Some of the indicative courses offered for ISU's faculty nomination include doing business in India, big data business analytics, energy and public policy management, cross culture management and digital innovation and startups among others.

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