Hyderabad: The Telangana State Council of Higher Education (TSCHE) and Study Gold Coast, Australia, have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to promote joint research projects.
The agreement will help in exchanging information-related activities in teaching and research fields of mutual interests and also fosters cooperation between Australia and India.
Speaking to the media after signing the MoU on Thursday, Prof T Papi Reddy, Chairman, TSCHE, said the agreement would create career opportunities for visiting students from India and Australia.
“The main objective of the agreement is to prepare consolidated programmes in the sphere of higher education and to evolve plans for the development of higher education in the State,” he said.
Alfred Slogrove, CEO, Study Gold Coast, said the two institutions would also conduct seminars and workshops to disseminate information about higher education opportunities in the two nations.