28th June 2024  New Delhi, Delhi, India  In a significant move towards enhancing academic and research collaboration, the National Institute of Technology (NIT) Delhi and Galgotias University, Greater Noida (UP), have entered into a strategic partnership by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU). The ceremony, held at the NIT Delhi campus, was attended by distinguished officials from both institutions, including Prof. (Dr.) Ajay K Sharma, Director of NIT Delhi, and Sh. Ravinder Kumar, Registrar of NIT Delhi.

Galgotias University and NIT Delhi

The MoU was also signed in the presence of HoD of ECE Prof. Manoj Taleja, Dean (R&C) Prof. Jyoteesh Malhotra, Dean (A) Prof. Geeta Sikka, Prof. Suman Mann, Prof. KK Agrawal, Ms. Reetu Mehta, HoD (EE) Dr. Pankaj Mukhija, T&P Head Dr. Obbu Chandra Sekhar, Dr. Gayayendra, Dr. Ajay Kumar, and HoD (Mech.) Dr. Harish Kumar.

The MoU sets the stage for a comprehensive collaboration encompassing joint research projects, faculty and student exchange programs, and the sharing of academic resources and infrastructure. The partnership aims to leverage the unique strengths of both institutions to foster innovation, research, and academic excellence.

Dr. Dhruv Galgotia, CEO of Galgotias University, expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership, emphasizing its potential to create significant opportunities for both students and faculty. “The partnership between NIT Delhi and Galgotias University is a step forward in creating a dynamic academic environment. Together, we will work towards achieving common goals and setting new benchmarks in education and research.”

Prof. (Dr.) Ajay K Sharma, Director of NIT Delhi, also shared his thoughts on the collaboration, stating, “This MoU marks a new chapter in our pursuit of academic excellence. By combining our resources and expertise, we are poised to make significant contributions to the fields of science, technology, and education.”

The ceremony concluded with discussions on prospective collaborative projects and areas of mutual interest. Both institutions reiterated their dedication to ensuring the success of this partnership, maximizing its impact on their respective academic landscapes.