Collaborations Between Eötvös Loránd University and Adamas University

Collaborations Between Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest (Hungary) And Adamas University, Kolkata (India).

On 1st November, 2017 the MOU between EötvösLoránd University and Adamas University was signed by prof. Samit Ray, Chancellor and founding Chairman of Adamas University in presence of the Board Members of Adamas University. EötvösLoránd University was represented by Prof. Dr. Prónai Csaba, Vice-Dean, Foreign Affairs, Faculty of Social Sciences.

EötvösLoránd University (ELTE) is the oldest and the largest public research university in Hungary. It is the most popular and prestigious higher education institution in the country. The university takes proud of five Nobel Laureates among itsalumni and teachers.

Adamas University hosted Dr. Prónai Csaba from 26th October till 2nd November, 2017. During his short stay at Adamas University he delivered valuable life changing seminars and workshops for students and faculty members of the School of Social Sciences. They were exposed to deep knowledge and insights of prof. Dr. Prónai Csaba blended with his huge personal experiences. This sharing of expertise and frequent informal interactions by Prof. Csaba with students and faculty members of Adamas University will have long lasting impact in their hearts and minds. Dr. Prónai Csaba found the time to have discussions with representatives of Barasat Municipality, Kolkata to explore the opportunities for collaborative works and programs with the municipality.

Visit of Dr. Prónai Csaba greatly promoted to strengthening good relations between two universities and people of two great nations. Dr. Prónai Csaba commented, “Though Adamas University is young, I believe in the bright prospect of the university. The university has a very good start. Though our university is old, huge and prestigious we may learn many good things from Adamas University. Students here are open and curious to learn new things. I am grateful to Adamas University for the opportunity to come and see what you are doing and planning to do.”