Queen’s University Belfast Collaborates With Indian Universities
Collaboration is part of the British Council’s ‘Going Global’ partnerships and the New Education Policy (NEP) of the Government of India
Queen’s University Belfast, a member of the Russell Group of UK research-intensive universities, has come together with Dibrugarh University, Tezpur University and Bodoland University to develop a new multi-disciplinary module, ‘Strategic Networks and Computation’. The study of complex network systems is an emerging field and the development of multi-disciplinary courses to understand how such complex network systems function is important. The proposed module builds on the problems of strategic networks in social and economic issues.
The ‘Strategic Networks and Computation’ module is being developed by Dr Rajnish Kumar and Dr Sonali Sen Gupta, from Queen’s Management School and Professor Surajit Borkotokey, from Dibrugarh University; Professor Nityananda Sarma, from Tezpur University and Professor Manjit Das, from Bodoland University.
As part of a pilot for the module, six PhD students in Mathematics and Computer Science from Dibrugarh University and Tezpur University are visiting Queen’s Management School.
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