Four pacts for sports among 15 MoUs between India-Japan

Four pacts for sports among 15 MoUs between India-Japan- InsideSport
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India has inked 15 agreements with Japan during Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s visit for the India-Japan Annual Summit in Gujarat. Four of these relate to collaboration in the field of sports.

An MoUs and a Letter of intent each were signed by the Sports Authority of India and the Lakhsmibai National Institute of Physical Education for strategic collaboration, joint research, sports education cooperation, and exchange programmes between the Indian institutes and their counterparts from Japan.

No. Agreement Description 
1 MoU between Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education (LNIPE) and Nippon Sports Science University, Japan, (NSSU) on international academic and sports exchange To facilitate and deepen international education cooperation and exchanges between  LNIPE and NSSU, Japan

 

2 MoU between Sports Authority of India and Nippon Sports Science University for international academic and sports exchange To facilitate and deepen international education cooperation and exchanges between  SAI and NSSU, Japan
3 Letter of Intent between Lakshmibai National Institute of Physical Education and University of Tsukuba, Japan To strengthen strategic collaboration, joint research programme and exchanges between LNIPE and University of Tsukuba
4 Letter of Intent between Sports Authority of India and University of Tsukuba, Japan To strengthen strategic collaboration, joint research programme and exchanges between SAI and University of Tsukuba

 

The privately-owned Nippon Sports University, founded in 1893 and chartered as a university in 1949, has a faculty of sport science, a department of physical education, department of health science, department of martial arts, department of lifelong sports and recreation, school of childhood sport education, department of childhood sport education, graduate school of health and sport science, a comprehensive sport science research center and a sports training center to offer expertise to its Indian counterparts.

The University of Tsukuba is one of the oldest national universities established by the Japan government and one of the most comprehensive research universities in Japan. The university has 28 college clusters and schools with around 16,500 students.

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