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SITA Signs MoA With 3 Colleges Of Assam

AssamSITA Signs MoA With 3 Colleges Of Assam

SITA on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Agreement (MoA) with 3 reputed institutes of Assam to execute their respective projects in collaboration with State Innovation and Transformation Aayog (SITA), Assam with respective terms and conditions.

Chief executive officer MS Manivannan signed the MoA on behalf of SITA and by the head of the institutions of the respective colleges in the presence of vice-chairman Ramen Deka and official staff of SITA in the conference hall of the vice- chairman at Block D, Janata Bhawan, Dispur. Vice-chairman Ramen Deka is hopeful that the projects will fulfill the dreams of the common people and its success will inspire the other institutions to take up such innovative projects for the welfare of the society. The projects signed for collaboration are:

SITA will provide logistic support to B Borooah College, Guwahati to implement the project “up-skilling students by imparting Japanese language learning courses and thereby enhancing their employability”. Its aim is to upskill the students by imparting them a course in Japanese Language and thereby enhancing their employability in the job and service market of Japan.

Rangia College, Rangia will implement the project “ex-situ cultivation of medicinal plants & conservation of rare & endangered plants-setting up herbal garden” with logistic support from SITA with an aim to aware the common people for income generation by establishing Herbal Garden, encourage farmers & researchers, etc., for Patent Right, accelerate Research & Development sector by involving various R & D Institutions, etc., of the subject concerned and to establish Herbal Garden in the college campus.

Jawaharlal Nehru College, Boko will implement the project “Survey for Analysis of the Potential of Introducing Robotics Training in Government Provincialised Schools of Kamrup (Metro) & Kamrup District of Assam” with logistic support from SITA. The project aims to conduct a survey to assess the need of robotics training in the provincialised government schools of Assam through creating an environment of competitiveness, by generating an ecosystem that fosters innovation, curiosity and a workplace where students are exposed to new edge technology.

Representatives of the institutes were Satyandra Nath Barman, principal B Borooah College, Guwahati, Dr Tapan Dutta, principal Jawaharlal Nehru College, Boko, Dr Sarangapani Saikia, associate professor, Rangia College, Hemanta Kumar Mazumdar, director, MIRAI JLC amongst others.

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