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A Memorandum of Understanding between the University of Hyderabad – represented by the School of Medical Sciences and the Infection Control Academy of India (IFCAI), Hyderabad was signed in the presence of UoH Vice Chancellor Appa Rao Podile here on Wednesday.

The signatories were Registrar P Sardar Singh UoH and Dr Ranga Reddy Burri, president, Infection Control Academy of India.
 
The MoU, which will be for three years, will undertake activities broadly in three areas including Student and faculty interactions; Education Development through conceptualisation and delivery of skill and competency based courses both online and face-to-face, and Research and Development through collaborative proposal development, conceptualising and incubating ideas for implementation and development of affordable products and technology.

The signing was followed by the launch of the unique Infection Prevention and Control – Primer course developed under the aegis of the Commonwealth of Learning assistance to the UoH by the E-Learning Centre of the University.

The Vice Chancellor, appreciating the efforts of the school and IFCAI, said infections affect human, animal and plant life and were a great bane to humankind. Prabhakar Rao, Director, E-Learning Centre; Dr Ranga Reddy Burri, President, IFCAI and others also spoke.




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