The National Forensic Sciences University (NFSU) has achieved a significant milestone by becoming the first government university in India to establish a campus abroad. The announcement was made by the Minister of External Affairs, Dr. S Jaishankar, who expressed his pride in the achievement.
The NFSU has opened its first overseas campus in Jinja, Uganda. This move is seen as a significant step towards promoting India’s education system on a global platform and strengthening international cooperation.
Moreover, NFSU is known for its world-class facilities and advanced research in the field of forensic sciences. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral programs in various disciplines related to forensic sciences, including forensic biology, chemistry, cybercrime, and forensic accounting.
In addition to this, the establishment of the NFSU campus in Uganda is expected to provide Indian students with new opportunities to gain a global perspective and exposure to international practices in forensic sciences. It will also help to strengthen ties between India and the Uganda in the field of education.
The move has been welcomed by many in the academic and diplomatic circles as a significant achievement for India. Dr. Jaishankar noted that the NFSU’s overseas campus was an example of India’s expanding footprint in the world and its commitment to promoting education and research.
Further, the NFSU’s achievement is also seen as a step towards fulfilling India’s vision of becoming a global education hub. The country has been making efforts to enhance its education system and promote international collaborations to attract students from around the world.
The establishment of the NFSU’s overseas campus is expected to pave the way for other Indian universities to explore similar opportunities and establish their presence on the global education map.