Europe

A. JGU at the 26th session of Commission on Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) held recently in Vienna:

The Jindal Institute of Behavioural Sciences (JIBS) of O.P. Jindal Global University (JGU) took

the lead in highlighting these threats at the 26th session of Commission on Crime Prevention

and Criminal Justice (CCPCJ) held recently in Vienna. JGU, the only university participant at the

international convention, organized two side events titled ‘Victims of Online Communication’

and ‘Psychosocial and Cultural Aspects leading to Digital Piracy’ in collaboration with World

Society of Victimology and Centro Nationale de Prevenzione e Difesa Sociale.

Over 1,000 participants from 32 countries representing member states, civil society, academia and international
organizations participated in the 26th session of the CCPCJ which functions as a governing body of the United
Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC).

 

 

A. Jindal Initiative on Research in IP & Competition hosts Second International Conference on “Standardization, Patents and Competition Issues: Developments and Perspectives in the Asia Pacific Region and Europe” Jindal Initiative on Research in IP & Competition (JIRICO) hosted the second edition of the international conference on “Standardization, Patents and Competition Issues: Developments and Perspectives in the Asia Pacific Region and Europe”. This edition explored four critical themes in the field: SSOs’ Patent Policies and Due Process Principles; Reasonable Royalty Determination: Principles and Best Practices; Patent Bundling leading to Anti Competitive Practices; and Transparency and Procedural Fairness in Antitrust Enforcement JGU’s research centre “JIRICO” hosted 2nd International Conference in 2017, on “Standardization, Patents and Competition Issues: Developments and Perspectives in the Asia Pacific Region and Europe”

A. JGU as a part of GLOBUS Horizon 2020 Consortium Project which is regarding Europe’s contribution to Global Justice

JGU is selected as one of eight global partner institutions for the ‘Reconsidering European
Contributions to Global Justice’ (GLOBUS) project funded by the European Union’s Horizon
2020, the world’s largest research programme. The University’s Centre for European Studies is
representing JGU on the project which will critically assess the EU’s impact on global justice.
From November 5 to November 11 a group of ten GLOBUS researchers travelled to India for a
study tour hosted by GLOBUS partner Jindal Global University (JGU).

B. JGU as a part of The European Union at the Crossroads of Global Order’ (EUCROSS)
EUCROSS Network –
IAGI Director, Associate Professor Kalyani Unkule participated in a Jean Monnet grant
application with 11 other institutions from around the world. The application was
successful and JGU is now part of European Union at the crossroad of global order
‘EUCROSS’ (‘The European Union at the Crossroads of Global Order’) network. With the
total grant amount of EUR 300,000 over three years, this project will be housed within the
Office of International Affairs and Global Initiatives.

  • The exciting network of EUCROSS allows for debates all around the globe, with the following
    partners involved:
    University of Leuven (Belgium)
    The Chinese University of Hong Kong (China)
    The Queen Mary University of London, London (UK)
    The University of Florida, Gainesville (USA)
    Deutsches Institut Fur Entwicklungspolitik, Bonn (Germany)
    Raoul Wallenberg Institute of Human Rights and Humanitarian Law, Lund (Sweden)
    Uniwersytet Jagiellonski, Krakow (Poland)
    O.P. Jindal Global University, Haryana (India)
    Federal State Budgetary Institution – Institute of World Economy, Moscow (Russia)
    Universidade Federal Do Rio Grande Do Sul, Porto Allegre (Brazil)
    American University, Washington D.C. (USA)

C. Sophia University Bulgaria – Erasmus+ Grant with JGU:
JGU signed an agreement with Sophia University, Bulgaria to join them in their approved
Erasmus+ programme. This programme would allow JGU students to go for a semester
exchange opportunity in Bulgaria on a fully funded basis. The student enjoys the benefits of a
monthly stipend, waiver of the tuition fee and covered travel expenses. Additionally, this
agreement also provides for funded faculty and staff mobility opportunities.

A. Intensive course taught at ISDE , Spain
IAGI Director and Associate Prof. JGLS, Kalyani Unkule was invited to teach an intensive course
on the Role of Law in International Politics at the Superior Institute of Law and Economics,
Madrid. The course was offered to students in the Master in International Law, Foreign Trade
& International Relations programme.

 

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Abhinav Bhatia, JGBS, Study Abroad at University of Bordeaux
“At the University of Bordeaux, the course taught there were more practical and
less theoretical. By which we had much more exposure about the current
environment of the market. And also we could work upon the problems as a live
case study by which we learnt in and outs of the market place as a whole.”
Ansgar Taschinski , University of Basel, Switzerland
Studying at JGU was an amazing and interesting experience. The professors were
always doing their best to make sure all students could follow the lectures and
they supported the students in any way possible.
The lectures themselves were quite interactive and required active participation
instead of only passive listening skills which I enjoyed a lot. Not only the
professors but also the students were welcoming and always offered their help.
After a while I felt like becoming a part of the “JGU family”. I am glad I got the
opportunity to study at JGU for one semester and can wholeheartedly
recommend it.
Jennifer Ehrenström, University of Stockholm, Sweden
“My exchange at JGU has truly been one of the most amazing experiences in my
entire life. I have since the beginning been so warmly welcomed by staff and
students and always felt extremely at home not only to JGU, but in India. The
professors at JGU have been some of the best tutors I have ever had during my
University years and I am truly grateful that I was able to be under their
guidance. However, what I will cherish the most from JGU is the friends I have
made and all the memories we have created together. A special thank you is
really in place to the IAGI Office at JGU who have always assisted me and
supported me whenever it was needed. I will forever cherish my time at JGU!”