Former Australian Cricketer Adam Gilchrist Interacts With DU Students

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Former Australian Cricketer, Adam Gilchrist accompanied a delegation of University of Wollongong to the Delhi University on Monday.

The delegation was led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Paul Wellings. He interacted with the students who got admission in the Delhi University due to their extreme excellence in cricket and other sports. In fact, future collaboration between UOW and DU in specific areas of Business Studies, Market, Science and Technology, and Law was also discussed.

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In the end, the meeting was dissolved with the result of strengthening the academic ties and research between the two universities.

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Jayati Bhasin
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