Medicaps University signs MoU with IGP Bangladesh.
India and Bangladesh are part of the Indian subcontinent and there is much that unites the two countries – a history and heritage, linguistic and cultural ties, a passion for music, literature and the arts. With Bangladesh, India's relations with the struggle for independence and emancipation are also a symbol of enduring feelings of brotherhood and family ties.
This was expressed by Prof. (Dr) Debendra Kumar Panda, Pro Vice Chancellor, MediCaps University during the online MoU signing ceremony with the Institute of Global Professionals (IGP), Bangladesh. The program started with the congratulatory message sent by Prof. (Dr) Dilip Kumar Patnaik, Vice Chancellor, MediCaps University.
Shri Kaushik Dutta, Founder, IGP also underlined the need for skill development in India and Bangladesh. The program was also addressed by the Directors of IGP Dr. Prado Tubera, USA, Dr. Abdul Ghaffar, Indonesia, Dr. Nestor, Philippines, Dr. Sundaram, India.
The MoU was signed by Dr. Pradyuman Yadav, Registrar, on behalf of Medi-Caps University and expressed his happiness at the growing academic collaboration with Bangladesh. On this occasion, Mr. Jimmy Mazumdar, Founder, Bangladesh Advanced Robotics Research Center also spoke about his NASA experiences. Mr. Jimmy Mazumdar is currently working on Robotics at Kyushu Institute of Technology, Japan.
Other invited guests include Mohammad Arifar Rahman, Social Activist from Bangladesh and Mokhtar Hossein, Vice President of International Youth Development Society, Bangladesh.
Dr. Ravindra Pathak, Program Coordinator of Medi-Caps University, in-charge, Office of International Affairs, elaborated that with this MoU, Medi-Caps University will share its expertise in skill development with Bangladesh.
Dr. S. D. Upadhyay, Dean Agriculture expressed his views and thanked all the foreign guests.