Udupi: MoU established between, MIT MAHE and Control Engineering, Liquid Instruments, Canberra

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Udupi, Jan 20: The Department of Instrumentation and Control Engineering (ICE), Manipal Institute of Technology,  MAHE, and Liquid Instruments, Canberra, Sydney, Australia signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Centre of excellence to establish academic cooperation between the colleges. The signing ceremony took place on January 16.

The main objective of this MoU is to establish a collaborative form of teaching, research, and internships in Cyber-Physical Systems. The deal was signed in the presence of registrar of MAHE, Dr Giridhar Kini and Dr Anil Rana, director, MIT Manipal. Speaking about the signing ceremony, Dr Anil Rana, director, MIT Manipal said, “This collaboration was a much awaited one. Such academic programmes at MAHE are structured in to prepare the students for global citizenry. This collaboration has encouraged us to do more for our students and faculty.”

The other dignitaries who were present on the occasion were Dr Ravin Jolly, software engineer, Liquid Instruments at MAHE, Manipal. Dr Shreesha C, HoD, ICE, Dr Santhosh K V, deputy registrar, Technical, MAHE, and Shinoj Kalyadan, International Marketing and Distribution manager, Emona Instruments, Sydney, Australia.





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