On 17th November 2020, Indian School of Business (ISB), premier Business school in India signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA) to enable collaborative research in the areas of international relations and to promote cooperation between India and global partners on various issues.
Prof Rajendra Srivastava, dean of ISB and TCA Raghavan director general of ICWA signed the MoU.
Aim of the MoU:
- To promote and support the activities that provide better understanding and relation between India and global partners.
- Co-sponsor bilateral seminars, symposiums and panel discussion on regional and global issues of mutual interest among other areas of cooperation.
i.Under this MoU, ISB and ICWA will work on areas like diplomacy, culture, economy and trade, education, international relations, sciences, social sciences, communications and the media.
ii.ISB and ICWA will establish learning table with experts and stakeholders from industry, government and academic to discuss on the opportunities and challenges that affects India and the global communities
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About Indian School of Business (ISB):
Dean– Rajendra Srivastava
Location– Hyderabad, Telangana and Mohali, Punjab
About Indian Council of World Affairs (ICWA):
President- M. Venkaiah Naidu(Vice President of India)
Director General– Dr. T C A Raghavan
Headquarters– New Delhi
Note- By an Act of Parliament in 2001, the Indian Council of World Affairs was declared an institution of national importance.