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C-DAC centre inaugurated in Tripura

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AGARTALA, March 9 - The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)�NITA PARAM Super-computing Centre, first of its kind in the State, was today inaugurated at the NIT Agartala by Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar to boost research in molecular dynamics, bio-informatics, life science and physics.

Sarkar, in his inaugural speech, said it would boost advance research in different fields and help making some predictions of flood and other calamities and help the administration to take some remedial measures.

C-DAC�s executive director Hemant Darbari, said earlier such a super computer was installed in IIT-Guwahati in the North East and it was the second one which would help in mobilising indigenous human and technical resources in a bid to attain technological competency.

�C-DAC as an institute involved in research, design and development of technology, seeks to strengthen its brand equity and create a higher value for its activities in contributing to the economy and society at large,� he said. Darbari said C-DAC has taken an initiative to install this type of super computer in all the premier technical institutes like IITs and NITs of the country. � PTI

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C-DAC centre inaugurated in Tripura

AGARTALA, March 9 - The Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)�NITA PARAM Super-computing Centre, first of its kind in the State, was today inaugurated at the NIT Agartala by Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar to boost research in molecular dynamics, bio-informatics, life science and physics.

Sarkar, in his inaugural speech, said it would boost advance research in different fields and help making some predictions of flood and other calamities and help the administration to take some remedial measures.

C-DAC�s executive director Hemant Darbari, said earlier such a super computer was installed in IIT-Guwahati in the North East and it was the second one which would help in mobilising indigenous human and technical resources in a bid to attain technological competency.

�C-DAC as an institute involved in research, design and development of technology, seeks to strengthen its brand equity and create a higher value for its activities in contributing to the economy and society at large,� he said. Darbari said C-DAC has taken an initiative to install this type of super computer in all the premier technical institutes like IITs and NITs of the country. � PTI

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