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Dr Jadhav chalks out six-point programme to revitalise Pune varsity

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Pune, Aug 24 (UNI) Newly appointed Vice Chancellor of the University of Pune Dr Narendra Jadhav has chalked out an ambitious six-point programme to revitalise the working of one of the most established education centres in the state.

Addressing the media persons, Dr Jadhav, the noted economist, highlighted the focus of his working in giving a new dimension to the university, which has recently been left behind due to many factors.

He said that very soon a memorandum of understanding (MoU) will be signed with University of World to upgrade the status of Pune university in the field of higher education. As was in the past, the university will create conducive atmosphere to attract more foreign students from various countries like Sri Lanka, East Africa, Iran and other South Asian countries.

Dr Jadhav said the experts from the various fields will be invited to have an intraction with the students from time to time to upgrade their skills and knowledge.

Pune has always been a seat of learning and called Oxford of the East. It will once again live upto its higest standards, he added.

One of the most challenging tasks before him is to have an interaction with the academic institutions and industries so that job opportunity could be created in the future, he noted.

He also advocated that the university will run special programmes for the students from the back ward classes.

Earlier, Dr Jadhav was working with the Reserve Bank Of India (RBI) in Mumbai.

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