Later this month the University of
Wolverhampton will confer three Honorary Degrees on eminent
Indian figures in two events in New Delhi and Chennai.
Honourable Shri Pranab Mukherjee, Finance Minister and Mr
Arun Jaitley, Leader of the Opposition, Rajya Sabha will both
receive Honorary Degrees of Doctor of Letters at a high
profile event at The Imperial hotel in
New Delhi on 26 May.
Mr Narasimhan Ram, Editor in Chief of daily Indian newspaper,
The Hindu, will receive an Honorary Degree of Doctor of Social
Sciences on 1 June at the The Park hotel in Chennai.
Both events will be attended by University Chancellor, The Rt
Hon Lord Paul of Marylebone, PC and Vice-Chancellor, Professor
As part of the events the University will also launch the new
Wolverhampton Indian Alumni Association
during which time Mr Narasimhan Ram will be appointed as Honorary
You can read the full story on the event in the first edition of
WLV Life alumni magazine due at the end
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