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NRL signs MoU with AIM, Guwahati to strengthen industry-academia linkage

Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) has signed an MoU with Assam Institute of Management (AIM), Guwahati to carve out industry-academia collaboration in various shared domains
NRL signs MoU with AIM, Guwahati to strengthen industry-academia linkage
NRL signs MoU with AIM, Guwahati to strengthen industry-academia linkage

New Delhi: Numaligarh Refinery Limited (NRL) has signed an MoU with Assam Institute of Management (AIM), Guwahati on December 22 to carve out industry-academia collaboration in various shared domains. The MoU has been signed between NRL’s Sr CGM (Corporate Affairs) Nikunja Borthakur and AIM’s Director in Charge Dr Sanjib Raj in presence of the member of Governing body of AIM Dr BK Das; NRL’s Managing Director S K Barua; NRL Director (Technical) BJ Phukan and senior officials and faculty members of NRL and AIM respectively.

The objective of the MoU is to strengthen industry-academia linkage by adopting acceptable means for the mutual benefit of both the organisations and to develop a closer relationship to help and promote mutual interest, arranging joint events, sharing knowledge and information etc.

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Under the agreement, NRL shall provide facilities to the students of AIM to undergo internship training, to jointly develop industry-relevant research projects and to host joint events like Management Development Program (MDP), seminars, workshops and special talks by eminent persons of the industry etc.

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