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DKTE's MoU with US varsity to benefit Indian students
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Apr '16
Courtesy: Collegedekho
Courtesy: Collegedekho
Students of the Dattajirao Kadam Textile and Engineering (DKTE) institute in Ichalkaranji, Maharashtra will now be able to undertake research in the North Carolina State University (NCSU) of the US following an MoU signed between the two institutes.

Under the MoU, DKTE students can undertake month-long research in NCSU, which has state-of-art facilities, especially in nanofibres.

DKTE will also benefit from a teachers' exchange programme, joint research for patents and seminars on textile research in which NCSU experts can participate.

The MoU was signed by DKTE's President Kallappa Awade and Xiangwu Zhang, Director of NCSU's Graduate Programmes earlier this week.

According to the MoU, other than participating in joint research, DKTE students will also be able to publish research papers in international journals and arrange training programmes in advanced textile engineering.

Zhang was in Ichalkaranji to visit DKTEs facilities, research laboratories, workshops, library and classrooms. He also visited textile industries in the town, where more than 80,000 people are engaged in the textile sector.

NCSUs research in nanofibres is considered as path breaking in the field of textile engineering research. (SH)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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