IIT Guwahati and Gifu College, Japan, award levels to the primary joint worldwide programme

GUWAHATI: The Indian Institute of Know-how Guwahati and Gifu College, Japan, have awarded the primary batch of the Joint Worldwide Grasp’s Programme in Meals Science and Know-how.

The award ceremony was organised at Gifu College, Japan, within the digital presence of Prof. TG Sitharam, director, Prof. S Okay Kakoty, deputy director, IIT Guwahati, Prof. Chitralekha Mahanta, dean, Tutorial Affairs, Prof. Mihir Purkait, dean, Alumni & Exterior Relations and different dignitaries on Thursday.

IIT Guwahati and Gifu College have collaborated to supply a Joint Worldwide Grasp’s Programme since April 2019 to nurture highly-skilled professionals within the meals and associated industries. Yume Saito, Ayaka Tsuchiya, Haruka Maruyama, and Tatsushi Aoyagi, accomplished their commencement after visiting IIT Guwahati for a semester from July 2019 to November 2019 as part of this programme.

Just about addressing the gathering, IIT Guwahati director Sitharam mentioned, “That is certainly a historic second for the Indian Institute of Know-how Guwahati and Gifu College, Japan that our joint imaginative and prescient, dedication, and collaboration to ascertain this Joint Diploma Programme is lastly bearing fruit”.

He congratulated the 4 graduates and all the college members concerned, in making this programme an enormous success. “These programmes ought to now be a template for all joint diploma programmes which might be undertaken. The standard of analysis work and papers which have come out from this programme until date and the standard of scholars, school, and researchers will make sure that we turn into function fashions in operating a profitable worldwide collaboration programme, ” Sitharam added.

Prof. Hisataka Moriwaki, president of Gifu College, Japan, additionally congratulated each the Institutes and wished the graduating class success sooner or later. He was accompanied by Prof. Fumiiaki Suzuki, Gifu College Fellow.

Prof. Chitralekha Mahanta, Dean of Tutorial Affairs, IIT Guwahati, in her deal with highlighted the course and content material of the joint diploma programme. “The keep of Japanese college students at IIT Guwahati have enhanced their information and understanding not solely of their educational discipline but in addition of the life and tradition of the folks of India typically and the folks of Assam specifically, ” Mahanta mentioned.

“This change of lecturers and tradition will proceed to foster and strengthen the bonds between our two establishments and our nations”, she added.

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