Mangalore, Oct.30: Shree Devi Institute of Technology, Kenjar, Mangalore, in accordance with a mutual objective to promote cooperation between North Dakota State University, United States of America jointly entered into a bilateral linkage, focusing on the development of their institutions’ programs. The courses under Shree Devi Education Trust will be jointly entered with the North Dakota State University, (NDSU) U.S.A on 25th of October 2013 by signing a memorandum of Understanding (MOU).
Shree Devi Institute of Technology is the second institute in the country to have the tie-up with the prestigious North Dakota State of University (NDSU), USA.
The main objective of this is to explore opportunities for undergraduate students to pursue masters programs at North Dakota State University USA starting from 2014. To develop and implement activities on the development of their institutions
Also wants to explore formation of “North Dakota State University – Shree Devi Institute of Technology Post Graduate Research Center with new facilities and such a center could also be open to other colleges in Mangalore area to pursue PG studies and research.
To explore the formation of S.D.I.T (Center for Systems and Integrative Sciences) where institute could explore new areas of integrated disciplines at Master’s and Doctoral levels based on foundations of current programs and also synergies with North Dakota State University.
Extend opportunities for African and South East Asian students to study in India through various opportunities as above offers exciting opportunities for new innovations in global education in collaborations with North Dakota State University (NDSU) and NDSU Global University network across 20 plus countries that is rapidly emerging. With our major focus on Indian Ocean region S.D.I.T can be a critical part of our educational initiatives and partnerships. Having roots in the region this opportunity is very exciting and also helping the region to develop world standard educational and research systems in collaborations with North Dakota State University (NDSU).
A. Sadananda Shetty, Chairman, S.D.E.T, Dr. Kalidas Shetty, Associate Vice-President, Global Outreach & Professor of Plant Science, NDSU, USA and Secretary of S.D.E.T, Maina S.Shetty, S.D.E.T Vice-Chairman Nidhish S.Shetty, Management Trustee, Priyanka Shetty, principals and heads of various departments were present.