In connection to that a team headed by Dr Juma Saleh Salim al Ghailani, founder and managing director of Mazoon College and chairman of Bayan College, performed a two-day go to to the Computer Engineering Department of IIT (ISM) to discover the possibilities obtainable and to encounter the on-campus facilities.
Dr Ghailani mentioned that he was really impressed by the infrastructure and facilities at IIT (ISM) and added that they will also be collaborating in the field of Media and Mass Communication and IT, in addition to Management Studies, with IIT (ISM).
Further describing the two-day go to, he mentioned that the go to was fruitful and numerous discussions took spot on conducting quick term courses, organising seminars, conferences, symposia, lectures as element of academic collaboration with the officials of the Management Studies Department.
During the go to, Dr Ghailani and the team performed a number of rounds of talks, mostly with the Department of Management Studies to perform out a roadmap for conducting collaborative study, faculty and students exchange programmes and launching joint courses in the institutions.
Dr Ghailani emphasised that the Ministry of Higher Education in Oman is keen on getting ties and added that, the individuals of Oman have higher regards for India.
Briefing on the outcome of the Mazoon team go to, Pramod Pathnak, coordinator of the foreign collaboration efforts in IIT (ISM), mentioned that beginning of collaborative venture will take spot by launching a number of quick term and certificate courses, exchange of students and faculty members.
“The parties desired to establish a collaboration to enhance the irrespective Management and Engineering Education competencies and to develop beneficial programmes in accordance with the collaboration,” mentioned Dr Ghailani.
As per the MoU, the parties can collaborate in exchange of students for admission into numerous academic programmes, quick term courses, internship, study and information collection, exchange of academic, study and administrative employees, improvement of joint courses, collaborative study, instructional and cultural programmes, exchange of study details on mutually agreed terms, organisation of joint academic and scientific activities such as courses, conferences, seminars, symposia, lectures and other people and exchange of publications and other components of frequent interest.
Information Source: Muscat Daily