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Nagaland, South Korea sign MoU on education

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DIMAPUR, May 1 � The Government of Nagaland and Vision University, College of Jeonju, South Korea have entered into an international Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve and develop mutual cooperative relationship through exchange of students.

The MoU was signed yesterday at the Nagaland Civil Secretariat with the State Government represented by Parliamentary Secretary for Higher Education and SCERT Deo Nukhu and Parliamentary Secretary for Technical Education, IC&T and Taxes Tovihoto Ayemi, while Vision University was represented by its Vice President Gong-Hee Lee along with their Professors Kim Mi Sun and Kim Young Sun and Coordinator for Nagaland and Vision University CS Moon.

Highlighting the activities of the institute, Gong-Hee Lee said all students from Nagaland will be given the best of what the College has to offer and will be looked after well. He believed that students who pass out from the University will be able to contribute their skills to the State and society.

According to the MoU, the State Government will select students to be sent to the University. The students will be categorised into scholarship and non-scholarship students. The scholarship students will further be categorised as State scholarship students and technical trainees.

The Government will support 50 per cent of regular academic course tuition fees and 100 per cent of training fees for the technical trainers. The Government will further support State scholarship students with full tuition fees of a Korean Language Course. It will also support the cost of airfare, meals, medical insurance and living expenses for the scholarship students and the technical trainees. However, non-scholarship students should support themselves on all costs, the memorandum states.

On the other hand, it also states that the College of Jeonju should offer the best education programme of Korean language and majors to the State scholarship students and also offer 50 per cent of the regular academic course tuition fees to the State scholarship students as well as non-scholarship students. The College is also to offer 100 per cent of the boarding expenses to the State scholarship students and 50 per cent to non-scholarship students.

The selected students will first have to undergo a six-month Korean language course at Dimapur which they have to pass before joining the College. For this course, the University is to send teachers and offer education programme, including materials, to operate the �Vision Korean Language Education Centre�.

Nagaland Commissioner Secretary Solo said the State Government will be sponsoring a total of 31 Naga students to study at Vision University under the MoU � 16 for technical education and 15 higher education.

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Nagaland, South Korea sign MoU on education

DIMAPUR, May 1 � The Government of Nagaland and Vision University, College of Jeonju, South Korea have entered into an international Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to improve and develop mutual cooperative relationship through exchange of students.

The MoU was signed yesterday at the Nagaland Civil Secretariat with the State Government represented by Parliamentary Secretary for Higher Education and SCERT Deo Nukhu and Parliamentary Secretary for Technical Education, IC&T and Taxes Tovihoto Ayemi, while Vision University was represented by its Vice President Gong-Hee Lee along with their Professors Kim Mi Sun and Kim Young Sun and Coordinator for Nagaland and Vision University CS Moon.

Highlighting the activities of the institute, Gong-Hee Lee said all students from Nagaland will be given the best of what the College has to offer and will be looked after well. He believed that students who pass out from the University will be able to contribute their skills to the State and society.

According to the MoU, the State Government will select students to be sent to the University. The students will be categorised into scholarship and non-scholarship students. The scholarship students will further be categorised as State scholarship students and technical trainees.

The Government will support 50 per cent of regular academic course tuition fees and 100 per cent of training fees for the technical trainers. The Government will further support State scholarship students with full tuition fees of a Korean Language Course. It will also support the cost of airfare, meals, medical insurance and living expenses for the scholarship students and the technical trainees. However, non-scholarship students should support themselves on all costs, the memorandum states.

On the other hand, it also states that the College of Jeonju should offer the best education programme of Korean language and majors to the State scholarship students and also offer 50 per cent of the regular academic course tuition fees to the State scholarship students as well as non-scholarship students. The College is also to offer 100 per cent of the boarding expenses to the State scholarship students and 50 per cent to non-scholarship students.

The selected students will first have to undergo a six-month Korean language course at Dimapur which they have to pass before joining the College. For this course, the University is to send teachers and offer education programme, including materials, to operate the �Vision Korean Language Education Centre�.

Nagaland Commissioner Secretary Solo said the State Government will be sponsoring a total of 31 Naga students to study at Vision University under the MoU � 16 for technical education and 15 higher education.

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