Published On: Tue, Jul 20th, 2010

Gujarat National Law University ties up with UNITAR

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Gujarat National Law University (GNLU)  has tied up with the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) to exchange ideas, share knowledge and pool resources and expertise to develop curriculum and learning materials.

UNITAR aims to enhance the effectiveness of the work of the world body and its member states in the fields of environment, governance, and peace and security. UNITAR Executive Director Carlos Lopes and GNLU Director Bimal N Patel signed the MoU.
Under the MoU, GNLU graduate Konark Rai is currently pursuing internship at UNITAR in Geneva, the spokesperson said.
UNITAR has acquired a unique expertise, accumulating experience, knowledge and capacities to design and implement a variety of training activities, he said.

Every year, the autonomous body within the US provides training to thousands of beneficiaries either through face-to-face seminars and workshops, or through distance and e-Learning.

The two will also work towards the integration of related activities, plan joint activities in areas of common interests, enable GNLU students to undertake internships at UNITAR, disseminate the information about activities jointly, undertake teaching, research, training and extension programmes.