IIT-G may even assist NFR to make their stations plastic free by offering alternate Biodegradable polymer based mostly applied sciences. Yogesh Verma, Chief Planning & Design Engineer at NFR, emphasised that the multi-disciplinary method could be adopted to discover options to the issues with an intention in direction of bettering upkeep and operations of prepare motion and different recognized fields beneath this cooperation. The MoU was signed by Prof. Vimal Katiyar, dean, Research & Development at IIT-G, and Yogesh Verma, in presence of Prof. TG Sitharam, director of IIT-G.
“Under this collaboration, both the organizations will jointly execute various research projects in the areas not limited to Geo technical assistance, Structure, Bridges, Information Technology, Overhead equipment, Signalling & safety assessment, Artificial Intelligence (AI) based predictive maintenance systems, Internet of Things (IoT) design features, Improving maintenance and operations of rolling stock, yards, train operations and Green Technologies in order to cater the needs of Northeast people and has agreed to partner NFR in developing world class railway stations in this region,”Sitharam mentioned.
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Prof. Vimal Katiyar mentioned that IIT-G will take a lead to provide innovative technical know-how and coaching assist in multi-side areas to fulfil NFR necessities. NFR is one of the 17 railway zones of the Indian Railways and is accountable for operation and growth of rail network all across northeastern states and elements of Bihar and West Bengal.
IIT-G, established in 1994 has accomplished 25 years of wonderful existence in 2019 and presently, the Institute has eleven departments and 5 inter-disciplinary tutorial centres overlaying all the main engineering, science and humanities disciplines, providing BTech, BDes, MA, MDes, MTech, MSc and PhD programmes.
Among different frontier areas of analysis and innovation, the premier expertise institute has been placing efforts in direction of augmenting essential science analysis initiatives in Genomics, Developmental Biology, Health Care and Bioinformatics, Flexible Electronics, Advanced Functional Materials, Sustainable Polymers, Rural Technologies, Disaster Resilience and Risk Reduction, and Water Resources and Management.