Britain Interested in Having Tie-up with Kerala B-School

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Britain has showed interest to forge ties with Tiruvananthpuram-based Asian School of Business (ASB) for conducting collaborative studies in area like climate change, agriculture and energy. The proposal for tie-ups was discussed in a recent meeting, held on 23 May between British Deputy High Commissioner in Chennai, Mike Nithavrianakis and ASB Director, S. Rajeev. Britain is also keen to increase the engagements of its universities and companies with India and is looking for collaborations and tie-ups.

Britain has shown interest in bringing its students to India for working in specific competencies which are in tune with the objectives and initiatives of the ‘Emerging Kerala‘ branding campaign, such as infrastructure, healthcare and ICT. During the meeting, the UK official also showed interest in agriculture and rural areas and mentioned the research work being carried out by British Universities in the area of climate change and its impact on agriculture.

The ASB has already forged a string of tie-ups with some top-notch universities like the Kansas University in the US and Instytut Organizacji i Zarzadzania W Przemysle (ORGMASZ) of Warsaw (Poland).

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