DTU ties-up with SEC to boost renewable energy reseach

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DTU ties-up with SEC to boost renewable energy reseach

Delhi Technological University (DTU) and Solar Energy Centre (SEC), an R&D institution of the ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for undertaking joint research and education programmes in the field of renewable energy.
The research and education programmes initiated under the MoU include Joint M. Tech Thesis Supervision and Practical Courses for M. Tech registrants at DTU, Joint Ph.D. programme, Joint Research and Consultancy Projects with DTU Faculty, Joint Refresher Courses for the Industry and Joint Conferences, Symposiums and Workshops.
The MoU seeks to encourage the M. Tech. students opting for solar energy topics i.e. Solar Thermal, Concentrated Solar Thermal, Solar Cooling, Solar Photovoltaic etc. The agreement was signed by Dr Bibek Bandyopadhyay, director, SEC and Prof. PB Sharma, vice chancellor, DTU in the presence of GB Pradhan, secretary, MNRE and other officials. The MoU aims to create a Joint Academic Interface Committee (JAIC) which will implement the provisions of the agreement.
SEC is an R&D institution of the MNRE and works on the development of solar energy technologies and practices, and contributes to the advancement of related science and engineering. Besides, Delhi Technological University (formerly, Delhi College of Engineering) is a premier technology and engineering institute of the country.

Delhi Technological University (DTU) and Solar Energy Centre (SEC), an R&D institution of the ministry of new and renewable energy (MNRE) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for undertaking joint research and education programmes in the field of renewable energy.

The research and education programmes initiated under the MoU include Joint M. Tech Thesis Supervision and Practical Courses for M. Tech registrants at DTU, Joint Ph.D. programme, Joint Research and Consultancy Projects with DTU Faculty, Joint Refresher Courses for the Industry and Joint Conferences, Symposiums and Workshops.

The MoU seeks to encourage the M. Tech. students opting for solar energy topics i.e. Solar Thermal, Concentrated Solar Thermal, Solar Cooling, Solar Photovoltaic etc. The agreement was signed by Dr Bibek Bandyopadhyay, director, SEC and Prof. PB Sharma, vice chancellor, DTU in the presence of GB Pradhan, secretary, MNRE and other officials. The MoU aims to create a Joint Academic Interface Committee (JAIC) which will implement the provisions of the agreement.

SEC is an R&D institution of the MNRE and works on the development of solar energy technologies and practices, and contributes to the advancement of related science and engineering. Besides, Delhi Technological University (formerly, Delhi College of Engineering) is a premier technology and engineering institute of the country.

A MoU was signed by Dr Bibek Bandyopadhyay, director, SEC and Prof. PB Sharma, vice chancellor, DTU in the presence of GB Pradhan, secretary, MNRE and other officials.