Vice-Chancellor visits India with Cambridge Assessment

21 January 2009

Cambridge Assessment - a department of the University of Cambridge - was delighted to help the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge visit an outstanding education establishment in India.

Mallya Aditi International School, a Cambridge Fellowship Centre, has offered Cambridge international qualifications from the Cambridge Assessment Group since 1995. 

The Vice-Chancellor said: "The Cambridge India Partnership is a long standing one, with the first Cambridge International Examinations held in India in 1898. Students with Cambridge International Examinations qualifications attend some of the best colleges and universities in India and around the world. Last year we formed a Higher Education Advisory Council in India to ensure even greater success for Indian students. I am delighted to have the opportunity to meet teachers and students from Mallya Aditi International School and learn from their experiences."

Staff and students were thrilled that the Vice-Chancellor had chosen to visit Mallya Aditi International School. Sathish Jayajaran said: "The visit was a signal honour. We have had a long and valuable association with Cambridge International Examinations, an association that has enabled us to evolve and grow as an institution and continually renew our commitment to excellence."

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