MoUs are to guide a consortium of 11 universities to analysis sports activities schooling in Spain, Cyprus, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India
MoUs are beneath the Erasmus plus challenge of European Commission
These are geared toward capability constructing in the sphere of sports activities, physiotherapy and bodily schooling by analysis and neighborhood improvement
The group of universities and establishments may also analysis fashions and techniques adopted for imparting sports activities schooling at totally different ranges
Jalandhar: LPU has signed 11 MoUs with International & National Universities of six nations in a single day. These MoUs are to guide a consortium of universities to analysis sports activities schooling in Spain, Cyprus, Portugal, Sri Lanka, Indonesia and India, beneath the Erasmus plus challenge of European Commission. These are geared toward capability constructing in the sphere of sports activities, physiotherapy and bodily schooling by analysis and neighborhood improvement. The group of universities and establishments may also analysis fashions and techniques adopted for imparting sports activities schooling at totally different ranges of schooling. MoU signing ceremony and assembly with EU-SPIRIT companions was held through Zoom Meetings.
The true spirit of Erasmus+ SPIRIT challenge was aptly seen in the handle made by LPU Chancellor Mr Ashok Mittal. Congratulating all workforce members taking part from totally different universities, Chancellor Mittal expressed his happiness on working collectively on the distinguished challenge, and invoked all to justify the challenge by dealing with it in a joint and distinctive method. Mr Mittal anticipated that the challenge will assist present a enhance to sports activities and physiotherapy. He additionally wished to obtain the entire workforce members at LPU campus in an apt course of time.
Prior to this, commencing the meet, Head of the Division of International Affairs at LPU, Additional Director Aman Mittal launched the challenge to all taking part members. He briefed that the Erasmus (European Region Action Scheme for the Mobility of University Students) programme is an EU funded programme that organises pupil exchanges. He additional elaborated that the challenge to work on in India, Indonesia and Sri Lanka is ‘sports activities and bodily schooling as a car for inclusion & recognition’.
Speaking about ‘Project Expectations’, Rector Prof Philippos Pouyioutas from the University of Nicosia talked about the challenge as a uniform platform to make all companions study many new classes. Vice Chancellor Prof RMUSK Rathnayake from Sabaragamuwa University of Sri Lanka talked about ‘SPIRIT’ contribution in increased schooling and laid significance on analysis works for the challenge. Vice Chancellor Prof. (Dr.) M.M. Salunkhe from Bharati Vidyapeeth (Pune) talked about ‘(*11*) in Community Health’ and appreciated the spirit of worldwide concord for all nations by this challenge. He additionally preferred such distinctive engagements in schooling. LPU’s Registrar & Senior Dean Dr Monica Gulati, Executive Dean Prof Dr Dharam Buddhi, Deputy Director Supriya Matthews and Prof Dr Suresh Mani convened the assembly.
Led by LPU, the 11 universities/establishments of six nations that are a a part of the consortium embrace one every from Spain, Portugal & Cyprus- Universitat Politecnica De Valencia, Universidade De Lisboa and University of Nicosia respectively. Three are from Indonesia- Insititut Pertanian Bogor, Syiah Kuala University, and Univeristas Sumatera Utara. Two are from Sri Lanka-The Sabaragamuwa University and University of Peradeniya. Three are included from India- Bharati Vidyapeeth University, Edulab Educational Exchange, and Bangalore Educational Trust.