French Embassy in India visited CUSAT (Cochin University of Science and Technology) to discuss the possibility of higher education in the European country
Reported By: Priyanka Chakraborty
French Embassy in India had a discussion with K.N. Madhusoodanan, who is the Vice Chancellor of CUSAT, regarding various projects for students, scholarships, faculty-student exchange, and academic collaboration with industry and commerce.
They also planned to strengthen the Indo-French cooperation. This collaboration will open up new opportunities for the students, as well as for the country. Various research programs will pave a new way for research students and scholars.
P.G. Sankaran, the Pro-Vice Chancellor, and N. Balakrishna, Director of International Relations attended the meet. The French Embassy representatives included François-Xavier Mortreuil, Attaché for Scientific and Academic Cooperation; Dr. Ambika Anilkumar, Deputy Science and Academic Attaché, and Sabari Kishor, Manager, Campus France, according to a release issued by the varsity.