IUIC Signs Historic MOU With Tashkent State University Of Law
By this MOU the Tashkent State University of Law is expecting a series of bilateral engagements with Indian universities as well as the encouragement of the law students of (TSUL)
Just two months after the first India-Central Asia Summit held in January 2022, delegated by the Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi and President of Uzbekistan, Shavkat Mirziyoyev, marking the thirty years of diplomatic relations between India and Uzbekistan, today on March 28th 2022, finally, the first Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) has been entered into between two entities belonging to these two great republics.
IUIC is a think tank consulting organisation that was founded by Sudhir Mishra, an eminent lawyer of India and Anurag Batra, Editor in chief, Businessworld.
By this MOU the Tashkent State University of Law is expecting a series of bilateral engagements with Indian universities as well as the encouragement of the law students of TSUL by promoting their participation in various conferences, seminars, mediation competitions, academic events, student exchange programmes including the Annual Tashkent Environment and Climate Change Forum which shall be held virtually/physically in the Tashkent University along with the exchanges of scientific materials, publications and information through the intervention and promotion by India Uzbekistan investment corridor (IUIC).
This MoU was signed by the Chancellor/ Rector Akbar Tashkulov, Sudhir Mishra the Founder of India Uzbekistan Investment Corridor and Simran Gupta, Director of India Uzbekistan Investment Corridor, in the presence of Arif Saeed, Head of Chancery and Commerce, Embassy of India in Tashkent and Vice Chancellor/Deputy Rector Dilshod Umarov, today at 4:00 pm in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
By this one moment, thousands of law students of Tashkent state law university will be directly benefiting with the research and developments in Indian law universities. The students will also get great opportunities to interact and intern with India's leading law firms in future.
The countries believe that they are now one step ahead in further developing and growing the centuries old already existing cultural, historical, trade, economic and bilateral relations between them.
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