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DCNS inks MoU for naval defence research programmes

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NEW DELHI (BNS): Naval Defence Company DCNS has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Indian Institute of Technology, Bombay, for education and research programmes in naval defence and energy.

The MoU was signed by Dr Alain Bovis, Executive Director of DCNS Research and Prof. Shiva Prasad, Dean of Academic Programmes in IIT Bombay.

The research projects will be run at IIT Bombay premises with support of DCNS Research teams or in dedicated common facilities.

"There is a huge potential for cooperation in educational programmes and R&D programmes in the maritime and energy domains between IIT Bombay and DCNS," said Prof. Shiva.

Dr Alain Bovis, Executive Director of DCNS Research, added, "This new development emphasises our investments in long term in India. It also aims to accelerate technology progress in mutually beneficial areas by tying up with one of the top Indian research centres."

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