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JALUKBARI, Feb 25 - The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) of Bangkok in Thailand is keen to provide internship for north-easterners on drone mechanisms in mapping for disaster preparedness.

�We are keen to collaborate with the government as well as the institutes of the north-eastern region for accepting interns who could work on drone mechanism in mapping the disaster zones,� said Dr Manzul Kumar Hazarika, Director of Geo Informatics Centre (GIC), Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand. Hazarika was delivering the 71st foundation day lecture of Gauhati University today on �Innovative Technologies for Disaster Management�.

He presented a detailed slide on risk management and disaster preparedness and explained how AIT had been working on innovative technology for countering disasters emanating from flood, tsunami, earthquake, etc. He also spoke on the role of GIC in predicting earthquakes as well as the role of intelligence drones for mapping disaster zones.

Inaugurating the lecture, Dr Mihir Kumar Chaudhuri, former VC of Tezpur University and present adviser to the State education department, said, �Higher education students should apply for such internship and Gauhati University in this context can play an active role.�

The programme was held at the Phanidhar Datta Seminar Hall on the GU campus.

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Thai institute keen to provide internship for NE candidates

JALUKBARI, Feb 25 - The Asian Institute of Technology (AIT) of Bangkok in Thailand is keen to provide internship for north-easterners on drone mechanisms in mapping for disaster preparedness.

�We are keen to collaborate with the government as well as the institutes of the north-eastern region for accepting interns who could work on drone mechanism in mapping the disaster zones,� said Dr Manzul Kumar Hazarika, Director of Geo Informatics Centre (GIC), Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok, Thailand. Hazarika was delivering the 71st foundation day lecture of Gauhati University today on �Innovative Technologies for Disaster Management�.

He presented a detailed slide on risk management and disaster preparedness and explained how AIT had been working on innovative technology for countering disasters emanating from flood, tsunami, earthquake, etc. He also spoke on the role of GIC in predicting earthquakes as well as the role of intelligence drones for mapping disaster zones.

Inaugurating the lecture, Dr Mihir Kumar Chaudhuri, former VC of Tezpur University and present adviser to the State education department, said, �Higher education students should apply for such internship and Gauhati University in this context can play an active role.�

The programme was held at the Phanidhar Datta Seminar Hall on the GU campus.

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