CSE signs MoU with three Labs for Partnership on the Ganga Project

April 21, 2017

The capacity building initiative for ULBs for preparation of city sanitation plans involves forging partnerships with other international labs for knowledge support on setting up a state of art, independent laboratory to develop testing protocols and validation system for wastewater and faecal sludge treatment in India. CSE has entered a need based knowledge partnership for collaborative research, knowledge exchange and capacity building in the area of FSM, waste water management and sanitation systems with three international labs:

  1. Pollution Research Group- University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa (Read more

  2. Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, Thailand (Read more

  3. Columbia University, New York, U.S.A. (Read more


The collaboration will involve:

Knowledge Support and Experience Sharing- Labs will provide knowledge support to CSE’s proposed state of art laboratory being set up in India.

Staff Exchange: CSE and the above labs will host short-term visits/trainings for researchers to strengthen capacities from both institutions. 

Research and Knowledge Sharing: Institutions will also explore areas for joint research, workshops, seminars for further cooperation. 

 

 

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