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April 15th, 2008

Cambridge, IIT-Powai draw up exchange programme for nano-tech research

Abstract:
Two of the most prestigious educational institutes in the world — the 800-year-old University of Cambridge and the Indian Institute of Technology -Powai that is in its golden jubilee year — signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on Wednesday to facilitate future research collaborations and exchange of students and staff in the fields of nanoscience and technology.

The programme aims to send 30 IIT - Powai students to Cambridge over a period of five years. This October, two students from the IIT will be chosen to pursue a one-year MPhil course at Cambridge through the Cambridge Commonwealth Trust. The programme will also include three-year PhDcourses. The funding for this agreement is about 8,00,000 pounds for a period of five years.

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