KTC, German varsity tie-up, start MA course

Presiding over the programme, KTC Principal Dr Hannibal R Cabral said that the two years course on theology intends the students of both the nations to get more exposure and understanding of the different cultures.

“Owing to the fact of today’s youth accepting partnership education programmes, KTC has put its step forward in this regard,” he said.

The course consisting of four semesters allows the European students to spend at least one semester of their course in India and vice versa.

Explaining about the benefit of the programme, Cabral informed that initiative would help the students to get more exposure to the international theological environment and as a whole it enhances relationship between the two nations.

Department of Ecumenical Theology, George August University Director Prof Dr H C Martin Tamcke, the chief guest of the function, informed that George August University has tie up with four nations namely USA, Mexico, India and Japan. “There is no point in making a student sit and study in his hometown, rather real education can be imparted through allowing the student to visit places,” he stressed. Co-ordinator Dr H M Watson was present.

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