The memorandum is signed to promote collaborative academic opportunities and explore possibilities in exchange of information, faculty and students between the two institutions with focus on the Early Intervention Education.
The program provides students with means to explore questions regarding child development and the contributions of educational, social and cultural environments on the child's growth and learning, said a statement from the University.
The program offers a multidisciplinary approach to an evidence-based, family-centered practice and research opportunities to working with infants, toddlers and pre-school kids where the parents and family members are actively involved in their child's development and education. It lays special emphasis on the autistic or developmentally challenged child.
The Vice Chancellor said that through this program the faculty and students at Brooklyn College will be exposed to a lot of cases and educational ideas in an entirely different clinical setting. He reiterated the fact that Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College provides healthcare to the deprived and poorest of the poor and so the focus of this project should be on that community. 'Without going into the nitty gritty details of the proposal, I offer my support to the collaborative effort', he said.
President of Brooklyn College, Michelle Anderson said that they were 'very excited at the prospect of learning everything about this area from different perspectives and academic traditions from around the world'.
She noted that Brooklyn College was a public institution serving people regardless of their background just like AMU, turning out citizens committed to making an impact in the world. She was impressed by the commitment shown by the alumni present there and promised to provide the resources to 'make a difference'.
The meeting concluded with the Vice Chancellor extending an invitation to President Anderson to visit our prestigious institution in Aligarh.
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