MRSPTU and NHPC Join hands for Advance Crucial Development Projects

The agreement focuses to represent strengths in advancing research and development initiatives crucial to sustainable development.

MRSPTU and NHPC Join hands for Advance Crucial Development Projects

Towards a significant stride,  Maharaja Ranjit Singh Punjab Technical University (MRSPTU), Bathinda, and National Hydro Power Corporation (NHPC) Limited have signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA), enhancing collaborative efforts for crucial projects.

The agreement focuses to represent strengths in advancing research and development initiatives crucial to sustainable development.

The memorandum of agreement, signed by MRSPTU Registrar Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar and Rajeev Jairath, GGM (Civil), Co. FBD, NHPC, signifies a significant achievement in promoting innovation and tackling complex challenges in the field of hydro-power and related areas.

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Dr. Amit Kansal highlighted the collaborative potential, emphasizing NHPC’s commitment to exploring new project associations in Punjab.

Dr. Gurinder Pal Singh Brar expressed confidence in the university’s role, stating their commitment to offering specialized training, conducting vital research, and providing advisory services crucial for NHPC’s operational excellence. The collaboration aims to synergize efforts in disaster management, including scenarios ranging from natural calamities to security challenges.

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"MRSPTU and NHPC have partnered to advance important development projects. This strategic collaboration promises technological advancements in the hydro-power sector and sets a precedent for effective public-private partnerships focused on driving innovation and sustainable development."

NHPC commits to facilitating seamless project execution by providing essential project-related information, logistical support, and infrastructure. Intellectual property resulting from this collaboration will be jointly owned, enabling both entities to utilize innovations for mutual benefit.

 

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