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Indian Navy and IISc Bengaluru sign MoU for technical collaboration

Indian Navy and IISc Bengaluru sign MoU for technical collaboration

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Indian Navy and IISc Bengaluru sign MoU for technical collaboration

Indian Navy (IN) and Indian institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru was signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) for technical collaboration and joint research & development.


Indian Navy and IISc Bengaluru MoU is aimed to promote academic cooperation in the varied field of Engineering, enhance scientific understanding of technologies related to the defence sector and undertake new development.

The MoU Signed by

The MoU was signed by Rear Admiral K Srinivas, Assistant Chief of Materiel (Dockyard & Refit) on behalf of the Navy and Captain Shridhar Warrier (Retd), Registrar IISc and Prof B Gurumoorthy, Director Foundation for Science Innovation and Development (FSID) Bengaluru.

Key Highlights

Indian Navy and IISc Bengaluru share common interest in academic exchange of scientific research activities in the field of Engineering related to defence technologies. The MoU would serve to provide a broader frame work and enable both sides to enhance capacity building, solution to field level issues, expanding of equipment vendor base and effective training through exchange of faculty/ guest lectures.

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IN in collaboration with IISc has undertaken development of future-ready Transcortical carbon dioxide (CO2) based AC plant working on natural refrigerant.

The technology is a major breakthrough for phasing out halon synthetic refrigerants and is indigenously designed & developed. This MoU is the formal basis for the continued collaboration to develop such technology solutions in the near future.

Static Current Affairs related to Indian Navy for upcoming exams

  • Formation: 26 January 1950 (as current service); 5 September 1612 (as East India Company's Marine)
  • Headquarters: New Delhi
  • Navy Day: 4 December
  • Commander-in-Chief: President Droupadi Murmu
  • Chief of Defence Staff (CDS): General Anil Chauhan
  • Chief of the Naval Staff (CNS): Admiral R. Hari Kumar
  • Vice Chief of the Naval Staff (VCNS)Vice Admiral Sanjay Jasjit Singh
  • Notable Commanders: Admiral S. M. Nanda, Admiral Sourendra Nath Kohli and Admiral Ram Dass Katari 

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