The Gujarat Forensic Science University and the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for students, teachers and technology exchange programme. The Memorandum of Understanding was signed in the presence of the Minister of Education, Canberra, Joy Burch and Australian Trade Commissioner, Tom Calder
As per the statement released by Gujarat Forensic Science University said, “In order to strengthen cooperation between GFSU in India and the Canberra Institute of Technology (CIT) in Australia through friendly discussion, the two sides have come to an agreement and signed this Memorandum of Understanding."
Further as per the statement two more institutions have consented to “establish a friendly inter-college relationship and promote personnel exchanges, mutual understanding and the development of academic exchanges between the two institutions for students and faculty members.”
The statement added that the two institutions in the long run will introduce bilateral academic exchanges in forensic science which will further include cyber security, digital forensics and biometrics.
Even the two institutions have agreed to arrange exchange visits for institution-level delegations as per the needs and preferences and coordinate the details of the exchanges. The expenses arising out of the any project will be borne by the to institutions in equal ratio and agreed upon at the development of each project.