To facilitate the exchange and dissemination of technical information between the two organizations
March 11, 2014. By Moulin
The Institution of Engineering and Technology Services India, (IET) has joined hands with Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Association (IEEMA). The agreement is aimed to facilitate the exchange and dissemination of technical information between the two organisations. This would cover three primary areas --joint events and activities; dissemination of knowledge, and efforts to improve the state of engineering education in India.
The Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will make it easier for the two leading organisations to work together to plan technical lectures and talks as well as to jointly develop programmes, activities and materials aimed at enhancing the quality of engineering education in India. This will include forums, conferences, publications, standards, educational materials and awards.
Shekhar Sanyal, Director and Country Head, the IET India, said: “We believe this agreement will promote co-operation and understanding between our two organisations and will go a long way in furthering technology awareness among the general public and students of engineering. With its tremendous potential to impact the engineering and technology scene in India, the agreement demonstrates the IET’s commitment to this aspect of the country’s economy”.
Commenting on this momentous occasion, Sunil Misra, Director General, IEEMA said, “IEEMA has been actively engaged in the knowledge enrichment and skill up gradation of its stakeholder community, like the government utilities, MSME manufacturers and the Academia, as part of its stated objective. We firmly believe that collaboration and co-creation is the only way forward and are confident that this MoU with IET will add significant value in IEEMA’s pursuit of making Indian electrical and allied industry a knowledge capital of the world”.
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