Cambridge Universities ties up with Indian InstitutesSeptember 25, 2014
The Cambridge English Language Assessment department of Cambridge University has joined hands with four Indian institutes. The Hindustan University, Vignan University in Andhra Pradesh, Indian Council for Assessment & Accreditation (ICAA) and BS Abdur Rehman University in Tamil Nadu have signed the Memorandums of Understanding (MoUs) with Cambridge during Cambridge India partnership summit held recently.
This summit provides both a regional and international platform to exchange ideas and experiences in order to bring over a makeover in the education arena. The summit is held annually. Countries like Bangladesh and Sri Lanka are eager to work with India and Cambridge to resolve education-related issues.
Cambridge English works with around 6,00,000 candidates of primary and higher education both. The department currently has associations with 200 technical institutes in India and firms dealing with conducting employee assessments.
The officials of Cambridge English Language Assessment say that the department has a wide variety of English language examinations and is in process of expanding with more centers worldwide.