Indian Institute of Technology Delhi and National Institute of Immunology Delhi have come to collaboration and signed an MoU under which they have consented to build up a program for academic participation in areas of common intrigue like collaborative research exercises, joint Ph.D. courses and trade of students.
Prof V Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi and Prof Amulya K Panda, Director, NII Delhi signed the MoU within the presence of senior functionaries from the two organizations.
The MoU will stay legitimate for five years and might be preceded from there on additionally after review and understanding. Under the MoU, IIT Delhi and NII Delhi have consented to complete joint research by submitting joint research proposition to external funding agencies.
They will start plans for doing joint and shared research; will together sort out courses, conference, workshops and short term Continuing Education Programs on an interest of common areas. Both establishments will together propose and take part in research and training programs supported by the external funding offices (both government and private) and to welcome each other’s personnel to take an interest in that.
According to the MoU, IIT Delhi and NII Delhi have consented to trade, on a proportional premise, personnel and understudies for a constrained timeframe for reason for training and research.
Research applicants enlisted in both of the organizations will be together guided for doctoral or post-graduate projects with joint supervision. IIT Delhi and NII Delhi will likewise use each other’s research facilities.
Talking about the MoU, Prof V Ramgopal Rao, Director, IIT Delhi, stated: “One of the aims of this joint effort is to start 20 interdisciplinary research courses between the faculty of IIT Delhi and researchers from NII Delhi with seed fund given by both the organizations”.
Prof Amulya K Panda, Director, National Institute of Immunology Delhi, stated: “I feel glad to sign the MoU with IIT Delhi which is additionally my place of graduation. The exploration and scholastic joint effort between these two establishments will prompt an exceptionally beneficial result and very helpful for the future age.”
As indicated by the MoU, the two institutes will appoint one individual from their faculty to organize the program for their behalf. The coordinator will periodically evaluate and finds ways to reinforce collaboration between the two establishments.