To facilitate research collaborations and faculty and student exchange especially in the subject areas of Bioscience and Technology, Sister Nivedita University signed a Memorandum Of Understanding( MoU). This MoU promised to bring about support and collaboration from the Institutes in the domains such as AI, IoT, Cyber Security and Cyber-Physical Systems, Biotechnology, Bioinformatics, Allied Health Sciences, and Pharmaceutical sciences. “ This MoU is a significant step as it will not only connect two institutions, it will connect Durgapur with Kolkata,”
Director of NIT, Prof( Dr) Anupam Basu said. “NIT has a strong research background and we at SNU ard also focused on developing interest on research among students. Our students have to be exposed to the proper research atmosphere and that NIT has extended their hand is an opportunity for SNU,” Prof ( Dr) Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay, Vice Chancellor of SNU said. Apart from planning to conduct to conduct frequent workshops, conferences, and seminars, SNU and NIT have plans to submit research proposals to govt and nongovt funding agencies. Vice-chancellor of SNU and Director of NIT said SNU and NIT would also collaborate to establish Centres of Excellence.
Prof (Dr) Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay, Vice Chancellor, Sister Nivedita University, and Dr Anupam Basu, Director, NIT signed the MoU in the presence of Dr. Sanku Bose, Group CEO of Techno India Group, Ms. Ina Bose, Director – HR & Industry Relations, Sister Nivedita University, Professor Nilotpal Banerjee, Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Chairman, Career Development Center (CDC), and Professor Pathik Kumbhakar, Professor of Physics,Dean(Academic Research) of NIT Durgapur.