The Qatar Chamber (QC) and Doha Institute for Graduate Studies (DI) signed on Tuesday a memorandum of understanding to bolster their cooperation in several fields such as studies, research and events in a way that serves the interests of private sector.
The MOU was signed at the DI’s headquarter by Assistant Director General for Government Relations and Committees Affairs at QC Ali Bu Sherbak Al Mansouri and Dean of the School of Public Administration and Development Economics (SPADE) at Doha Institute for Graduate Studies Dr Hamid Ali.
Director of Research and Studies Department at Qatar Chamber Noora Al Oulan and Director of Communication and External Relations at Doha Institute for Graduate Studies Ali Al Kaabi were also present at the ceremony.
The MOU aims at developing cooperation between both sides in research, studies, and scientific activities, as well as organising events, seminars, and workshops in areas of common interest.
The agreement also aims to enhance cooperation between both institutions, exchange expertise and experts according to the regulations of each party, as well as preparing relevant studies and research.
Commenting on the MOU signing, Ali Bu Sherbak said that the Qatar Chamber is eager to enhance cooperation with the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies and exchange experience between both sides, stressing the importance of research and studies in economic and commercial sectors.
On her part, Noora Al Oulan said that the QC’s Research and Studies Department is preparing a number of studies and organizing a series of seminars and workshops related to the activities of the private sector, noting that signing the MOU offers an opportunity to benefit from the experiences of the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies in such scientific activities.