Guwahati: A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between The Assam Royal Global University and CSIR-Northeast Institute of Science and Technology (NEIST), Jorhat on Oct 18, 2021 at Jorhat.
The signatories of the memorandum were Dr. G Narahari Sastry, Director, CSIR-NEIST and Angira Mimani, Registrar, Royal Global University (RGU), along with other officials of RGU and CSIR-NEIST. Professor K.K Baruah, Dean, Royal School of Environment and Earth Sciences, RGU was also present during the MoU signing ceremony.
The MoU aims to have a common platform for Research & Innovation, Research scholars & Student Exchange Program, Summer & Winter Internship, Collaborative Projects, Joint Consultancy, Joint Training Programs, and other activities which would help develop education, training, and research in the region.
CSIR-NEIST is a constituent establishment of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi and has been engaged in multidisciplinary Research & Development work relevant to the country in general and Northeastern Region in particular.
The CSIR- NEIST was established in 1961 as one of the multidisciplinary laboratories of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR) under its Chemical Science Group of laboratories.
Its major thrust of R&D activities has been to develop indigenous technologies by utilising the immense natural wealth of India.
- Promise Day 2023: Messages and wishes to send your loved ones
- Assam: Guwahati’s air quality slips into ‘poor’ category
- Surrogate mother may not be genetically related to child born: Centre to SC
- World’s first environmental clean-up happened 400 million years ago
- JAC seeks clarity on ‘Sikkimese’ definition after SC’s revised order
- 10 Indians stuck in remote areas of quake-hit Turkey, but safe: MEA