Norway foresees big alternatives for scientific analysis in environmental safety with Indian instructional establishments, stated the Norwegian delegation who visited Amity College in Mumbai on Wednesday. The delegation mentioned methods to discover alternatives within the greater training sector.
The 2 sides recognized plenty of analysis areas for potential collaboration, together with local weather change and atmosphere, round economic system and renewable power. The assembly was a part of India-Norwegian efforts to advertise bilateral cooperation.
“India and Norway can work collectively in scientific analysis to realize sustainable improvement targets aims,” stated Arne Jan Flolo, Norway’s Consul Basic in Mumbai.
Based on Vice-Chancellor Lt Gen VK Sharma, Amity College, Mumbai, “Bringing collectively scientists and establishing academia-industry linkages vital step to strengthen instructional collaboration.”
The assembly was attended by Flolo together with Tone Helene Aarvik, Deputy Consul Basic and Dr Maan Singh Sidhu, Counsellor — Science and Know-how on the Royal Norwegian Embassy in New Delhi.
The broad agenda of the assembly was to focus on the Norwegian analysis panorama, exploring present pacts with worldwide analysis universities or institutes and their standing; present actions and venture and their standing; profiling and selling Indian analysis organisations in Norway; funding alternatives for potential initiatives between India and Norway.
Sharma urged that “we glance out for an acceptable space of collaboration” and draft a Memorandum of Understanding and signal the identical to work collectively on this course. Additionally, scientists of each the nations will be co-guide of one another.