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Tezpur, Don Bosco varsities sign agreement

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GUWAHATI, Oct 23 - In a landmark decision, a Central and a State private university in Assam have agreed to collaborate in four areas.

The Tezpur University (TU) and the Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU) signed a memorandum in Guwahati recently agreeing to exchange teachers and students, and have joint research projects and to share resources in the areas of Chemical Sciences, Food Engineering, Physics and Nanotechnology, and Computer Science Engineering.

The Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) also envisages joint research projects between the two universities involving Department of Bio Technology (DBT), Department of Science and Technology (DST) and other funding agencies, access to and use of the Sophisticated Instrumentation Facilities at both the universities, faculty exchange, and joint faculty development programmes, sharing resource persons visiting the two universities from India and abroad.

The MOA also allows the students and staff of the Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU) an access to the Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DEIT)-assisted Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) fabrication facilities available at the Tezpur University (TU) for training programmes and fabrication.

The memorandum of agreement between the two universities is applicable initially for a period of five years starting October 17, 2014.

Some of the specific areas of collaboration are �

In Theoretical Chemistry and Catalysis � between Prof Ramesh Deka and Prof N Karak of Tezpur University and Prof JN Vishwakarma of ADBU;

In Synthesis and Characterization of nano-materials � between Dr D Mohanta and Dr P Deb of TU and Dr Sunandan Baruah and Dr Monmoyuri Baruah of ADBU;

In the area of language processing � between Prof Utpal Sarma of TU and Dr Y Jayanta Singh of ADBU ;

In joint projects and exchange programmes in the areas of Social Work, Education and Mass Communication � between Professors PJ Mahanta and MA Kalam of TU and Dr Riju Sharma, Dr Paul Pudussery and CM Paul of ADBU.

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Tezpur, Don Bosco varsities sign agreement

GUWAHATI, Oct 23 - In a landmark decision, a Central and a State private university in Assam have agreed to collaborate in four areas.

The Tezpur University (TU) and the Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU) signed a memorandum in Guwahati recently agreeing to exchange teachers and students, and have joint research projects and to share resources in the areas of Chemical Sciences, Food Engineering, Physics and Nanotechnology, and Computer Science Engineering.

The Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) also envisages joint research projects between the two universities involving Department of Bio Technology (DBT), Department of Science and Technology (DST) and other funding agencies, access to and use of the Sophisticated Instrumentation Facilities at both the universities, faculty exchange, and joint faculty development programmes, sharing resource persons visiting the two universities from India and abroad.

The MOA also allows the students and staff of the Assam Don Bosco University (ADBU) an access to the Department of Electronics & Information Technology (DEIT)-assisted Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems (MEMS) fabrication facilities available at the Tezpur University (TU) for training programmes and fabrication.

The memorandum of agreement between the two universities is applicable initially for a period of five years starting October 17, 2014.

Some of the specific areas of collaboration are �

In Theoretical Chemistry and Catalysis � between Prof Ramesh Deka and Prof N Karak of Tezpur University and Prof JN Vishwakarma of ADBU;

In Synthesis and Characterization of nano-materials � between Dr D Mohanta and Dr P Deb of TU and Dr Sunandan Baruah and Dr Monmoyuri Baruah of ADBU;

In the area of language processing � between Prof Utpal Sarma of TU and Dr Y Jayanta Singh of ADBU ;

In joint projects and exchange programmes in the areas of Social Work, Education and Mass Communication � between Professors PJ Mahanta and MA Kalam of TU and Dr Riju Sharma, Dr Paul Pudussery and CM Paul of ADBU.