Cambridge Assessment English, a department of the University of Cambridge, UK, signed an MoU with Higher Education Department, Government of Madhya Pradesh earlier.
The Higher Education Department of Madhya Pradesh has recognised the success of Cambridge Assessment English’s pilot program to enhance the communication skills of students. As a result, this joint initiative will expand from 2,000 to 50,000 students across the State.
The above announcement was made by Jitu Patwari, Minister for Higher Education, Madhya Pradesh Government on Thursday after the discussion with Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Kamal Nath.
Anupama Rawat, Officer on Special Duty, Department of Higher Education, Madhya Pradesh, Francesca Woodward, CEO, Cambridge Assessment English, UK and TK Arunachalam, Regional Director - South Asia, Cambridge Assessment English addressed in a media briefing session at Institute of Excellence in Higher Education (IEHE), Bhopal on Thursday to explain the above announcement.
Francesca Woodward, CEO, Cambridge Assessment English thanked Jitu Patwari, Minister for Higher Education, Government of Madhya Pradesh for his proactive role in the success of this programme.
This initiative from the Government of Madhya Pradesh to implement international standards of English enables students to communicate effectively on a global level. By incorporating Cambridge Assessment English into their English language programmes, universities can ensure that their students develop effective language skills that prepare them for employment and further study, both in India and worldwide.