Desh Bhagat University in its ongoing endeavour to promote Innovation, Research and Entrepreneurship of International standards signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Iraq. The MoU was signed by a delegation from Iraq which visited the university included Mr. Hussain Taher Naser (Joint Secretary for Education, PMO, Iraq),Dr. Zain Karim( Chief Advisor), Dr. Ali Hussain Ali( Principal Advisor), Mr. Fadhil Sabah Abbas (Chief Technical Advisor), Dr. Ahmed Taufiq Ahmed (Principal Advisor) , Dr Md Intezar Nazish and Md. SharibZeya. While welcoming the Iraq delegation, Chancellor of Desh Bhagat University, Dr. Zora Singh said that the aim of this educational exchange programme is to provide opportunities to the students and faculty of both countries to interact with each other on important national and international economic, social, cultural and educational issues. Pro Vice-Chancellor Desh Bhagat University, Dr. Shalini Gupta said that India and Iraq have a long history of friendship and also share rich cultural ties. Both the countries have already much in common with each other and now we are going to lay the foundation of educational ties between the two countries through this educational exchange programme. He declared that such educational exchange programmes prepared the youth for global challenges, responsibilities and opportunities. Speaking on the occasion, Vice Chancellor Desh Bhagat University, Dr.S.S.Chahal expressed the hope that their visit to India in general and to Desh Bhagat University in particular will prove quite fruitful. Mr. Hussain Taher Naser (Joint Secretary for Education, PMO, Iraq) said that this MoU will strengthen the relations between both countries and students of both sides will get a chance to learn in international academia. Pro Chancellor of the university Tajinder Kaur remarked that DBU has the educational and infrastructural facilities of international standard and students coming from abroad are provided homely environment to enable them pursue their courses in the best possible way. A cultural program was also arranged on this occasion, in which university students performed Bhangra & Gidha. Faculty and students of University also interacted with the delegates on different topics like leadership, management, knowledge capital, emerging trends in professional education and cultural matters. The delegates expressed pleasure and satisfaction over the visit saying that it will prove quite useful for the students of both the countries.