Published On: Tue, Oct 17th, 2017

A Technical Co-operation agreement between Sri Lanka and India

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The researchers of Sri Lanka signed agreements for joint research under the signed Science and Technology Cooperation Program between Sri Lanka and India recently, at the Ministry auditorium under the patronage of Secretary to the Ministry of Technology and Research, Udaya Seneviratne.

Sri Lanka’s Ministry of Science, Technology and Research and the Department of Science and Technology of India have signed an agreement agreement to implement the Science and Technology Cooperation Program in India in August 2016. This is the Second Signature Agreement signed between the two countries for the progress of this sector.

The Signatories of the Agreement signed on behalf of the two Parties on the subject of the thematic proposals in the thematic fields of Food Technology, Plant Medicine, Metrology, Space Research and Inputs, Robotics and Automation, Industrial Electronics and Other Subject Areas for Joint Research Projects and Workshops They were summoned.

On the 29th of May 2017, both parties agreed to provide 18 joint joint research programs and 2 joint programs at the first Indy Sri Lanka Scientific Conference held in Sri Lanka on a scale of over 100 proposed proposals.

Selected proposals include University of Peradeniya (07), University of Moratuwa (04), University of Kelaniya (02) and University of Ruhuna (2) from University of Colombo, Jaffna, Sri Jayewardenepura and Industrial Technological Institute. Suggestions have been included.

Prior to the implementation of these projects, a three-way deal was signed between the Secretary of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Research of the Ministry of Science and Technology Udaya Senevirathna, the Principal Investigator and the Institute for Research and Development on behalf of the Sri Lanka.

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A Technical Co-operation agreement between Sri Lanka and India