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Indian Navy sign a pact with CSIR: Details, Aim, Highlights

Indian Navy sign a pact with CSIR: Details, Aim, Highlights

The Indian Navy and Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) on 5th April 2019, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to undertake joint research and development of advanced technologies for the Indian Navy.

The MoU agreement will facilitate a formal framework for interaction between the Indian Navy and CSIR.

This will be a collaborative arrangement between labs of Indian Navy and CSIR to facilitate joint R&D activities in diverse fields of Mechanical, Electronics, Communication, Computer Science, etc.

The agreement will be a collaborative arrangement between labs of CSIR, the Indian Navy and the Indian industry.

Under the MoU include project development of alternative desalination technologies, installation of wireless MEMS-based sensors for remote operation and residual life assessment studies of gas turbine generator blades to improve reliability.

Indian Navy

Navy Day: 4th December

Chief of the Naval Staff: Admiral Sunil Lamba

Motto: Sham No Varunah 


 

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