“Skyline University Nigeria is considered a foremost institution not only in Kano State but Nigeria at large. As a result, we want to have a collaboration with the university on students’ exchange, resource sharing research and articulation to promote international experience amongst the students of both institutions of higher learning” he added.
Dr. Ajeet, who was acting on behalf of the university, described the MoU as a move that will address international exposure, particularly amongst students of educational institutions in Nigeria and India. “We are ready to sign the MoU to kick start this historic moment in the history of both institutions and for the benefits of the students, particularly those who will be involved in the students’ exchange Programmemes”.
In his remarks, the Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University Nigeria, Professor Sudhakar Kota appreciated the visiting teams’ interest in officiating the signing of an MoU for improved academic corporation amongst the students and staff of both institutions, noting that the students are the biggest stakeholders in the university.
“We are pleased to see this MOU take effect actively as it paves the way for great synergy between the two institutions of higher learning, ensuring timely exchange of data to the benefit of the universities and its stakeholders,” Said the Vice-Chancellor.
While giving the closing remark, the SUN Director of Academic Support Services, Ms. Sarada Maganti said, we believe this MoU signing will reflect positively, the strategic directions of both institutions. “we look forward to an articulation and course mapping with G.D Goenka University.