Qatar General Electricity and Water Corporation (Kahramaa) and Qatar University (QU) have signed a memorandum of understanding under which the former would intensify its efforts to inculcate creative and innovative ideas and thinking among university students.
The agreement, which is for three years, was announced at a meeting held at Kahramaa Awareness Park in Al Thumama.
Expressing optimism about the possibility of further strengthening cooperation between the two institutions in coming years both Kahramaa president Issa bin Hilal al-Kuwari and Qatar University president Dr Hassan al-Derham hoped their combined efforts would contribute considerably to not only produce creative ideas and innovative thinking but it would also lead to remarkable development in different areas of work in coming years.
Dr al-Derham said there has remarkably good relations between QU and Kaahramaa for several years and the latest MoU would help strengthen creativity ideas and innovative abilities and capabilities of students at the university.
"The relationship between Kahramaa and Qatar University is not new as there has been close relations between the two in such areas as research, training, education and also in career recruitment all along," he said.
As part of the MoU, the two institutions would jointly hold workshops, seminars and meetings at regular intervals in future so that both would be benefited, said the QU president.
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