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January 16th, 2008
He said that the "agreement will enable the university students to come to IIT-B, get credits and then return and vice-versa". Leebron said the institute would like to have 15-25 students for the exchange programme "but it will take some time to get there".
The broad areas to be covered include nanotechnology, computer science and engineering and civil and environmental engineering. "Mumbai is a coastal city like Houston and through the association, we can deal with problems like flooding, pollution etc," Leebron said.
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