Editorial Team

The University of Cambridge and Ashoka University have signed a Memorandum of Understanding in recognition of their mutual interest in promoting and furthering academic links between the two institutions.

The possibilities of collaboration include staff and student exchange and collaborative research.

Announcing the MOU with Cambridge, Vice-Chancellor of Ashoka University, Professor Malabika Sarkar, said “this is the start of an exciting journey and we look forward to many collaborative steps that will be taken”

Professor Stephen Toope, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge, said “we in Cambridge are delighted to formalize our relationship with Ashoka through this MoU. We look forward to fruitful exchange of people, ideas and research in many subjects that affect the world today.”

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