Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has signed MoU with Veer Surendra Sai University of Technology (VSSUT) Burla, Odisha, for setting up an innovation-cum-incubation centre. The Centre will be set up at VSSUT, Burla to promote space research.
With the agreement, VSSUT Burla, has become the first technical institute in India to sign a MoU with ISRO.
The MoU was signed on the virtual platform in the presence of Dr. K Sivan, ISRO Chairman, Sanjay Kumar Singh, Secretary, Skill Development and Technical Education Department and Atal Chaudhuri, Vice-Chancellor, VSSUT Burla
“Achieving a rare privilege of being the first University in the country, VSSUT Burla today inked an MoU with Indian Space Research Organisation for setting up of Space Innovation-cum-Incubation centre in presence of @isro Chairman Dr K Sivan,” Odisha Information and Public Relations Department tweeted.
As part of the agreement, ISRO will offer technical support and financial assistance of Rs 50lakh for developing the required infrastructure.