International exchange programme
Maria Algerin
Senior Lecturer in Life Sciences
Department of Life Sciences
International Coordinator from Sweden
Email address maria.algerin@his.se,
Phone number +46-500-448641

Academic collaboration 2: (2014-present)

Linnaeus-Palme program between Dr. Dr. D. Y. Patil Vidyapeeth, Pune and University of Skövde, Sweden. Dr. D. Y. Patil Biotechnology & Bioinformatics Institute from DPU is mainly involved in this collaboration. The application for this program is to be submitted to Swedish Council of Higher Education. This is a funded program where in Phase 1, the Head of the institutes participate and understand the cooperation modality. Phase 2 involves exchange of two teachers from both partner institutes for a minimum duration of three weeks. Phase 3 involves exchange of two students from each side for minimum one semester and two teachers from each side for minimum duration of three weeks.

Key points of the program:

All the expenses for all the mobilities are covered under the grant money and the participants receive invitation from the respective host institutes. Funding for the program is from SIDA, Swedish Council of Higher Education.

Students benefitted from the program:

Year 2018-19: Anita-Ann Monteiro, Shamika Shenoy from DPU and Benyapa Tangruska, Hanna Oberg from UoS

Year 2020-21: Setu Dhambhare, Neeraj Patil from DPU

Teachers benefitted from the program:

Year 2014-15: Dr. M. B. Khetmalas, DPU and Dr. Abul Mandal, UoS

Year 2016-17: Dr. Neelu Nawani and Dr. Manjusha Dake, DPU and Dr. Abul Mandal, Dr. Helena Enroth, UoS

Year 2019-20: Dr. Neelu Nawani and Dr. Rachna Pandey, DPU and Dr. Helena Enroth, UoS

(Total number of mobilities: 15 09 teachers and 06 undergraduate students)

Exchange Program

Team from UoS Dr. Maria Algerin and Dr. Henrik Thilander with Hon’ble
Vice Chancellor, DPU Prof. N. J. Pawar, Registrar, DPU Dr. A. N. Suryakar,
Director DYPBBI Prof. J. K. Pal, Prof. Neelu Nawani and Dr. Rachna
Pandey Benyapa Tangruska and Hanna Oberg exchange students from UoS
with Dr. Amit Ranjan at the annual cultural festival at DYPBBI