Collaboration is the Mantra for Higher Education Institutions
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Collaboration is the Mantra for Higher Education Institutions

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Collaboration is the Mantra for Higher Education Institutions

Sujith Vasudevan, Managing Editor, 0

In this tech-ade, collaboration is a key mantra across all sectors. It’s no different for education, as collaborating and knowledge sharing is a crucial aspects of the success of higher education institutions in India under the National Education Policy 2020. Collaborating across various disciplines helps institutions increase creativity, innovation, and problem-solving abilities and better serve their students and communities. Amit University is on top of this vital trend, as the university has made a series of collaborations in recent years.

One among them is an MoU signed between Amity University, Noida, and Illinois Institute of Technology, USA to advance research and academic synergies in Business
One among them is an MoU signed between Amity University, Noida, and Illinois Institute of Technology, USA to advance research and academic synergies in Business Administration, Artificial Intelligence, Law, Psychology, Business Analytics, and Data Science. “The collaboration will provide new opportunities to the students of both the institutions, thereby helping them in their career progression by enhancing their knowledge and learning,” said Kenneth T Christensen, Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs at Illinois Institute of Technology.

Additionally, Amity University also recently signed an agreement with Monash University to establish a framework for the universities to explore new opportunities to collaborate across education and research. Indeed, Amity and Monash already have several articulation and credit transfer agreements in place that allow Amity students to complete part of their bachelor's degrees at Monash. The partnership covers courses in the Faculty of Engineering, the Monash Business School, the Faculty of Information Technology, and the Faculty of Medicine, Nursing, and Health Sciences. While it’s a sure bet that these partnerships will help the institute remain at the cutting edge of things, this issue is an endeavor to reminisce about the past. We dedicate this yearly special issue to the prestigious alumni of Amity University.