• Research and Development Center of Nippon Koei Co. Ltd.
    Tsukuba, Japan Prof. Dilip Kumar Swain, AgFE
    (i) Faculty/Scientist exchange program (ii) Researcher/Intern exchange program (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Accelerator Laboratory, High Energy Accelerator Research Organization (KEK), Japan
    1-1 Oho, Tsukuba, Ibaraki 305-0801 Japan Prof. T.S. Datta (Cryogenics)
    (i) Exchange of information (ii) Exchange of personnel and students such as professors, research staffs, and/or graduate students (iii) Joint research projects Academic Cooperation
  • National University of Science and Technology MISIS
    Moscow, Russia Not indicated
    (i) Reciprocal exchange of students, researchers and research interns; (ii) Reciprocal exchange of research and teaching staff, and of other staff members; (iii) research collaborations in fields with mutual interests between research staff, departments, and schools of both universities; (iv) Organization of joint academic and scientific activities, such as lectures, courses, educational programs, conferences, seminars, and symposia; (v) Exchange and sharing of teaching, academic and research resources such as laboratory equipment, materials, publications, reference and other pertinent information; Institutional Collaboration
  • CSIR - Advanced Materials and Process Research Institute
    Bhopal, India Prof. Shampa Aich
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Nagasaki University (SEA)
    Nagasaki, Japan Prof. Rajat Subhra Chakraborty, CSE
    Student Exchange Agreement
  • Nagasaki University
    Nagasaki, Japan Prof. Rajat Subhra Chakraborty, CSE
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Nagaoka University of Technology
    Nagaoka, Niigata 940-0828, Japan Prof. Santanu Chattopadhyay
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Chang Gung University
    Taiwan Not Indicated
    Student Internship Student Internship
  • National Sun Yat Sen
    Taiwan Not Indicated
    Reciprocal Student Exchange Student Exchange MoU
  • Singapore Management University
    Singapore Not Indicated
    (a) Student projects and immersion programmes; (b) The reciprocal exchange of research and teaching staff; (c) Research collaboration in fields with mutual interests between research staff, departments, and schools of both institutions; and (d) Any other areas of collaboration that both parties may mutually agree to. Institutional MoU
  • International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI)
    Balapur, Hyderabad, India Dr. Indranil Manna, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional MoU
  • Graduate Institute of Science Education, National Taiwan Normal University
    Taiwan Kaushal Kumar Bhagat, CET
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Departmental Level MoU with CET
  • Guru Nanak Institute of Dental Sciences & Research (GNIDSR),
    Kolkata Jotirmoy Chatterjee
    Joint research projects, Joint academic activities and events None
  • National Taiwan Normal University
    Taiwan Kaushal Bhagat
    Faculty Exchange; Student exchange; Joint research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events Institutional General MoU
  • THE ASSOCIATION FOR OVERSEAS TECHNICAL COOPERATION AND SUSTAINABLE PARTNERSHIP (AOTS)
    Tokyo, Japan Adrijit Goswami, Dean Continuing Education
    a. Formulation of unique state of the art joint certification courses in the domains of technology and management to be co-taught by faculty/experts in both countries and involving stays at IITKGP and Japan b. Development of Indo-Japanese research centres on IIT KGP campus to showcase research and technology developments in thematic areas c. Development of training programs for Japanese professionals in India involving faculty members of IITKGP and Indian industries. d. Organizing joint academic and business activities and events to promote education, internships and employment for students. General Umbrella MoU
  • Vijay Kiyawat Arty Charity Campaign
    Vasant Vihar, New Delhi Dean AA
    Agreement
  • Chang Gung University
    Taiwan Not Indicated
    Student Research Internship Student Research Internship
  • National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan
    No. 168, Section 1, Daxue Road, Minxiong Township, Chiayi County, Taiwan 62102 Prof. Satyahari Dey, Biotechnology
    Faculty exchange programmes; Student exchange programmes; Joint research projects; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Sonargaon University, Bangladesh
    147/I Green Rd, Dhaka 1215, Bangladesh Prof. Anandaroop Bhattacharya, Mechanical
    Faculty exchange programme; Student exchange programme; Joint research projects; Coordinated graduate deqree programme; Joint academic activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Tokyo
    Tokyo, Japan Not indicated
    Exchange only for 1 year; Maximum of 3 student semester places will be exchanged between parties in each academic year; Students enrolled not eligible for degree from host university; Host university shall not levy any fees; Student Exchange
  • Innopolis University (IU)
    Universitetskaya St, 1, Innopolis, Respublika Tatarstan, Russia Dr. Rajat Subhra Chakraborty, CSE.
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Projects; Coordinated Graduate Degree Programme; Joint academic activities and events
  • Saint Petersburg National Research University of Information Technologies, Mechanics and Optics (ITMO)
    Russia Rajat Subhra Chakraborty, CSE
    Establish ties of friendship and cooperation; Promote mutual understanding and academic cooperation; Develop more formal, particular and binding agreements
  • Tokyo Metropolitan University (TMU) Japan
    Tokyo, Hachioji, Prof. Joy Sen, RCGSoIDM.
    Faculty Exchange Program, Student Exchange Program, Joint Research Projects, Joint Academic Activities and Events
  • Henan Polytechnic University (HPU), China
    Henan, China Prof. Khanindra Pathak, Mining
    Faculty Exchange Program, Student Exchange Program,Joint Research Projects,Coordinated Graduate Degree Programme,Joint Academic Activities and Events
  • The Faculty and Graduate School of Agriculture, Kyoto University
    606-8501 Kyoto Prefecture, Kyoto, Sakyo Ward, Yoshidahonmachi Prof. V.K. Tewari, HOD, Agricultural and Food Engg Dept.
    Exchange of scientific materials, publications and information; Exchange of faculty members; Exchange of students; Joint research and meetings for research; General Memorandum for Academic Cooperation and Exchange
  • Curtin University
    Perth, Western Australia Not indicated
    (i) Exchange of staff and students (ii) Exchange of information (iii) Joint scholarly activities (iv) Conduct cultural projects (v) Conduct study tours (vi) Provide study abroad opportunities to undergraduate and graduate level students MoU for development of Academic and Research Collaboration
  • University of Melboune
    Australia Not indicated
    Research collaboration and/or joint research projects, Promotion and support of joint PhD opportunities, Exchange of academic staff, Organization of lectures and/or symposia, Exchange of academic information or material Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Melbourne - Joint Doctoral Program
    Parkville, Victoria 3010 AUSTRALIA Prof. Goutam Das, GSST
    1. The Parties agree to establish the Program to jointly award a Doctor of Philosophy degree to participating Graduate Researchers enrolled with both Parties upon successful completion of the Program. 2. The Parties agree that the Program shall: (a) meet the academic requirements for Doctor of Philosophy degrees of both Parties; (b) require each Graduate Researcher to be jointly supervised by both Parties (each Party must provide at least one primary academic supervisor for each Graduate Researcher); and (c) result in the award of a single Doctor of Philosophy degree to participating Graduate Researchers upon successful completion, where the jointly awarded nature of the degree, and name of the other Party, will be indicated on the testamur awarded by each Party. Joint Doctoral Program
  • University of Wollongong
    Australia Dean IR
    1.) The parties intend within available finances and resources, to pursue and develop the following general forms of cooperation for the benefit of both the parties: (i) academic visits for research, lectures and consultation; (ii) joint teaching and degree programs at the undergraduate and/or postgraduate level; (iii) credit transfer/articulation arrangements at the undergraduate and/or postgraduate level; (iv) research and academic collaborations in areas of common interest; (v) exchange of academic materials and other information; (vi) exchange of specific expertise in research commercialization, interdisciplinary research, innovation and technology transfer in areas of mutual interest; (vii) exchange of information about research consulting opportunities from industry or government; (viii) participation of joint international conferences, seminars, workshops, academic meetings and other activities agreed by both parties; (ix) exchange of undergraduate and/or graduate students; and (x) special short-term academic programs. 2.) The parties may collaboratively pursue other activities which are not specifically referred to in this MoU, but which are in accordance with the spirit of this MoU. Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Auckland
    New Zealand Baidurya Bhattacharya
    The joint doctoral student will pursue their research under the supervision of academics in both institutions and will split their time between the two campuses. Doctoral candidates will have access to opportunities at both institutions, whether it’s related to their research programme or their professional development. A single thesis will be submitted at the end which will be examined by both institutions, and if accepted by both, the student will be awarded a testamur bearing the seals of IIT Kharagpur and the University of Auckland. Joint Doctoral Program
  • James Cook University
    Australia Bibhuti Bhusan Mandal
    (i) Faculty exchange programme: The two parties will explore opportunities for interaction among members of faculty as well as creating Visiting Faculty positions. The total duration of visits from each side is expected to be approximately equal. Each such visit shall require approval of the respective institutions. (ii) Student exchange programme: The two parties agree to participate in student exchange programme at the respective institutions. Visits under such programmes may be for a short duration, such as summer/winter terms or short courses, or for a longer duration not exceeding two semesters. For visits exceeding two semesters separate approvals will be needed. A detailed proposal document on this (including credit transfer arrangements) has to be approved by the highest academic bodies of the two institutions before implementation. (iii) Joint research projects: The two parties will explore opportunities of undertaking joint research projects and may seek research funding from external funding agencies. Each such research proposal shall require approval of the respective institutions. (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme: Joint PhD/Masters programmes may be explored and formulated, possibly in association with other reputed academic, research or industrial organisations. A detailed document related to such programmes, including credit transfer arrangements, will be required and approved by the competent authorities of both the institutions, before implementation. (v) Joint academic activities and events: IITKGP and JCU may formulate joint academic activities such as short course, seminars, workshops or conferences based on mutual interests and available expertise in both the institutions. They may also share and carry out joint research in technology for distance and computer-based learning. Institutional MoU
  • Curtin University
    Perth, Western Australia Prof. Bhargab Moitra, Civil
    To accept exchange students from each other and enrol them as full-time 'not for degree' students for regular semesters or quarters of the academic year; Student Exchange Agreement
  • The University of Auckland
    Auckland, 1010, New Zealand Prof. Baidurya Bhattacharya, Civil
    Co-operation between professors and research staff; Student Mobility; Joint research and meetings for research; Faculty exchange and visiting/adjunct appointments Academic Cooperation
  • University of New Castle, Australia
    University Dr, Callaghan NSW 2308, Australia Prof. Gargi Das & Dr. Arnab Atta, Dept. of Chemical Engg.
    Cross-institutional collaboration in education and research, Research and Exchange of Academic papers, Student, academic and administrative exchange, Exchange of academic publication materials, Other activities agreed upon in writing by both parties Memorandum of Understanding
  • The University of Manchester
    Manchester, United Kingdom Dean of Faculty and Chairperson of RPEC
    (i) Student shall be registered at both institutions in first year of study. (ii)Each jointly awarded project shall provide for the student to spend approximately fifty percent of his or her total time at each institution. (iii) A single thesis shall be submitted by the student within four years of registration. (iv) On successful completion, student will receive a jointly awarded PhD dual degree from both the institutions. Collaboration agreement for Jointly awarder PhD dual Degree
  • University of Leeds
    Prof. Nilanjan Das Chakladar, Mechanical Engineering
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Sheffield
    United Kingdom B.S Das
    a) opportunities for exchange of staff and students; b) programmes in areas of teaching, research or university administration that will enable interested and qualified students and university personnel to pursue either short-term or extended programmes of study at the other institution; c) visits by authorised officials from each institution in order to develop cooperative mechanisms and to expand areas of cooperation; d) raising awareness amongst faculty and students of the academic programmes, research institutes and educational resources of the other institution; e) formulation joint or dual degree programs at Masters and Doctoral levels. f) other areas of possible interest and collaboration. Memorandum of Understanding
  • University of Lorraine
    Lorraine France Somjeet Biswas, Metallurgy
    (i) Faculty exchange programme: The two parties may explore opportunities for interaction among members of faculty as well as creating Visiting Faculty positions. The total duration of visits from each side is expected to be approximately equal. Each such visit shall require approval of the respective institutions. (ii) Student exchange programme: The two parties may participate in student exchange programme at the respective institutions. Visits under such programmes may be for a short duration, such as summer/winter terms or short courses, or for a longer duration without exceeding two semesters. A detailed proposal document on this action (including credit transfer issues) has to be approved and signed by the highest academic bodies of the two institutions before implementation. (iii) Joint research projects: The two parties can explore opportunities of undertaking joint research projects and may seek research funding from external funding agencies. Each such research proposal shall require approval of the respective institutions. (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme: Joint PhD/Masters programmes may be explored and formulated, possibly in association with other reputed academic, research or industrial organisations. A detailed document related to such programmes will be required and approved by the competent authorities of both institutions, before implementation. (v) Joint academic activities and events: IITKGP and UL may formulate joint academic activities such as short course, seminars, workshops or conferences based on mutual interests and available expertise in both institutions. They may also share and carry out joint research in technology for distance and computer-based learning. Institutional MoU
  • PETER THE GREAT ST.PETERSBURG POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY
    St. Petersburg, Russia Student Driven for exchange purposes
    1. Development and implementation of joint educational programmes (double Master degrees, joint continuing educational programmes, joint educational projects). 2. Collaborative research in the fields of mutual interest and in accordance with the funds available. 3. Collective publication of the results of research to be conducted. 4. Exchange of scientists, faculty and students in accordance with requirements accepted in both universities. Institutional MoU
  • Institut Polytechnic de Grenoble
    France Not indicated
    Reciprocal Student Exchange for course work and research Student Exchange
  • National University of Science and Technology, MISIS
    Moscow, Russia Not indicated
    Student exchange, research collaboration, faculty exchange, joint activities, joint publication General MoU
  • Heilbronn University of Applied Sciences, Germany
    Max-Planck-Str. 39 74081 Heilbronn, Germany Asst. Prof. Goutam Sen, Dept. of Industrial & Systems Engg
    Faculty exchange programme; Student exchange programme; Joint research projects; Joint supervision of doctoral and masters students; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Zurich University of Applied Sciences, School of Applied Psychology
    Zurich, Switzerland Prof. Anuradha Choudry, Dept. of Humanities & Social Sciences
    Exchange of scholars and students; Organisation of joint research projects, workshops, conferences and symposia; Collaboration in the area of education, including joint supervision, credit transfer, joint or dual-degree programs and continuing education; Other academic exchanges Institutional Collaboration
  • Brunel University London
    Kingston Ln, London, Uxbridge UB8 3PH, UK Dr. Basab Chakraborty, RMSoEE
    Faculty exchange programme; Student exchange programme; Joint Research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • The French Network of Doctoral Schools REDOC-SPI
    Maison de la Mécanique, 39 rue Louis Blanc 92400 COURBEVOIE Prof. Anandaroop Bhattacharya
    Sharing information, Promotion, Advertising; Joint Supervised thesis; Joint research activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • Institut Polytechnique De Grenoble
    46 Avenue Félix Viallet, 38031 Grenoble, France Prof.Debarati Sen, G.S Sanyal School of Telecommunication
    To promote the exchanges of university staff (lecturers, researchers, and administrative employees); to exchange students for study, research and/or training course periods; to jointly organize seminars or conferences; to promote common publications; to develop other research and teaching activities of common interest.
  • The Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU)
    Trondheim, Norway Dr. Md. Afzal Saud, Dept. of Civil Engineering.
    Mobility of graduate/ and or undergraduate students; Mobility of faculty/ and or staff; Joint research activities and publications; Participation in seminars and academic meetings; Exchange of academic materials and academic publications; Special short-term academic programs Institutional Collaboration
  • Leibniz Universität Hannover, Germany
    Welfengarten 1, 30167 Hannover, Germany Prof. Ayan Roy Chowdhury, Material Science
    Exchange of information and experience; Faculty and student exchange programmes; Cooperative research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Continuing and distance education Institutional partnership agreement
  • Trinity College, Dublin
    College Green, Dublin 2, Ireland Prof. Suvra Sekhar Das
    Faculty exchange; Joint research projects; Postdoctoral programmes; Postgraduate programmes; Student internships; Summer school programme; Student exchange programme; Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Bradford
    West Yorkshire, UK Prof. Nikhil Singha (Rubber Tech. Center) & Dr. Partha Pratim Jana (Dept. of Chemistry)
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Collaborative Research Projects; Joint Academic Activities & Events; Institutional Collaboration
  • TUM
    Arcisstraße 21, 80333 München, Germany Pallab Dasgupta, CSE as Dean SRIC
  • Technical University Munich, Germany
    Arcisstraße 21, 80333 München, Germany Pallab Dasgupta, CSE as Dean SRIC
    Student Exchange; Exchange of academic and administrative staff; Organisation and Administration
  • Tomas Bata University, Zlin, Czech Republic
    nám. T. G. Masaryka 5555, 760 01 Zlín, Czechia Dr. Kishore Goswami, Dept. of HSS.
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Projects; Coordinated graduate degree programmes; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • University of MINHO Portugal
    R. da Universidade, 4710-057 Braga, Portugal Suman Chakraborty, SMST & Prof. Mahitosh Mandal, SMST
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Universita Degli Studi Di Catania
    Piazza Università, 2, 95124 Catania CT, Italy Prof. Manish Mamtani, GG
    Faculty exchange programme; Student exchange programme; Joint research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Manchester
    Oxford Rd, Manchester M13 9PL, UK Dr. Abhijit Mukherjee, GG.
    Acadmic exchanges; Joint academic degree programmes
  • Institute National Polytechnique de Toulouse (INPT)
    Toulouse, France Prof. A. K. Samantaray, ME
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activitites and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • Cranfield University
    College Rd, Bedford MK43 0AL, UK Prof. B. N. Singh, Dept. of Aerospace Engg.
    Exchange of Students; Exchange of Faculty Members; Research; Academic Programmes
  • Eindhoven University of Technology
    5612 AZ Eindhoven, Netherlands Dr. Pavitra Sandilya, Cryogenic Engineering Centre.
    Faculty Exchange Program; Student Exchange Program; Joint Research Projects; Coordinated graduate degree program; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Waterloo
    200 University Ave W, Waterloo, ON N2L 3G1, Canada Prof. Priyadarshi Patnaik
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Guru Krupa Foundation
    Jericho, NY Subrata Chattopadhyay
    (i) GKF will provide support to five undergraduate or graduate students including PhD students, at least one of whom is from the ECE department, and four from any department, school or center of IIT Kharagpur for every year for the duration of this MoU, for availing high quality international research and professional internships. The typical value of a scholarship will be approx. USD 5,000 per student per year. (ii) GKF will provide support to five incoming international students from top universities across the world at undergraduate, post-graduate or doctoral levels, at least one of whom is from the ECE department, for every year for the duration of the MoU, for shot term research or academic stays for a period of 2 months upto a semester. The typical value of a scholarship will be approx. USD 5,000 per student per year. (iii) GKF will provide the required funding to the IITKGP Foundation. (iv) In case, the support from GKF does not cover the entire expenses for an awardee, the awardee would be responsible for arranging additional sources of support Institutional MoU
  • University of Waterloo
    Canada Ptof. Priyadarshi Patnaik
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Alberta
    116 St & 85 Ave, Edmonton, AB T6G 2R3, Canada Prof. Baidurya Bhattacharya, Dean IR
    Agreement for Joint Doctoral Degree Program
  • Guru Krupa Foundation
    Jericho, NY Subrata Chattopadhyay
    1. Setting up a digital class room for music training in proscenium setting as well as for dis-tance mode teaching-learning, with aesthetic and acoustically appropriate interiors. 1. Initiating a Thematic Workshop Series, named “GKF - IIT Kharagpur Academy of Classical and Folk Arts Workshop Series” on Classical and Folk Arts with initial support for conducting 3-4 workshops in a calendar year. 2. Creating two teaching positions for providing training on classical music and arts on a regular basis with initial support for one calendar year. The positions may be named “GKF – IIT Kharagpur Academy of Classical and Folk Arts Teaching Fellow”. Institutional MoU
  • University of North Texas
    Texas, USA Kaushal Kumar Bhagat, CET
    Purpose: The purpose of this MoU includes, but is not limited to, the exploring the following collaborative activities: (a) future possibilities for student mobility; (b) the development of collaborative research projects; (c) the organization of joint academic and scientific activities, such as courses, conferences, seminars, symposia, or lectures; (d) the mobility of research and teaching personnel; (e) co-authored publications; (f) submission of collaborative proposals for grants/funding opportunities; and (g) possible access to publications and other materials of common interest. Any specific projects undertaken may require that they be set forth in a supplemental agreement, as outlined in Clause 2.02. Scope: Cooperative projects under this MoU may include any of the academic disciplines represented at either of the institutions. Institutional MoU
  • University of Waterloo
    Waterloo, Canda Priyadarshi Patnaik
    1. Undertake specific collaborative projects and workshops which deal with areas of common interest such as individual, community and ecological happiness, well being and development; 2. identify viable programs for student, faculty, and staff exchanges; 3. enable interested and qualified students and university personnel to pursue either short-term or extended programs of study at each other’s School or Centre without any financial obligations from either side; 4. make faculty, staff, and students aware of the academic programs, research institutes, and other educational resources that are available at the other Centre /School; and 5. identify other areas of interest for potential collaboration, joint courses, workshops, etc. Institutional MoU
  • Asoke Deysarkar International Program for South Asian Scholars
    None Dean IR
    Support International students from South-asian countries to visit IITKGP for undertaking research and/or coursework Scholarship Funding
  • University of Delaware
    Baidurya Bhattacharya, Civil Engg
    Student Exchange Activities, Faculty Exchanges and other collaborations, Over seas study programs. MoU
  • University of Alberta
    16 St & 85 Ave, Edmonton, AB T6G 2R3, Canada Prof. Anandaroop Bhattacharya
    Faculty exchange programme; Student mobility; Joint research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • University of West Florida
    11000 University Pkwy Pensacola, FL 32514 Prof. Siddhartha Mukhopadhyay
    Research, pedagogy and curriculum development projects and activities; Exchange of academic materials and academic publications; Exchange of faculty members for research, lectures, teaching and other forms of academic interactions; Joint events and funded research projects
  • University of Georgia
    Athens, GA 30602 Prof. Jyotirmoy Chatterjee, SMST
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student exchange programme; Joint research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Houston
    4800 Calhoun Rd, Houston, TX 77004, USA Dr. Saikat Chakraborty, Chemical Engineering
    Research; Joint Program and Collaboration; Exchange of Faculty and Students
  • New Mexico State University
    Las Cruces, NM 88003, USA Prof. B. S. Das, AgFE
    Exchange of research personnel, scientific documents and materials; Exchange of students and faculty Institutional Collaboration
  • University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
    285 Old Westport Road • Dartmouth, MA 02747-2300 Prof. Subhasish Tripathy, Dean, Faculty
    Student Exchange; Cooperative Program Development; Research Collaborations; Exchange and visit of faculty members;
  • Carleton University
    125 Colonel By Dr, Ottawa, ON K1S 5B6, Canada Adrijit Goswami, Dept. of Mathematics
    Exchange of personnel; Joint research projects, research visits, joint applications for research funding from external funding agencies; Joint academic activities - short courses, collaborative Master's Programs, jointly supervised PhD students, research seminars and workshops; None
  • Ohio State University (OSU), USA
    Columbus, OH 43210, USA Prof. N.K. Goyal, CSE
    Faculty exchange programme; Student exchange programme; Joint research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • The University of Arizona
    Tucson, AZ 85721, USA Dr. Srikant Annavarapu
    Faculty and Scholar Exchanges; Development of Joint Academic or Scientific Research Projects; Explore capacity building and partnership opportunities; Exchange of relevant publications or information produced by either party
  • Texas Tech University (TTU), Lubbock
    2500 Broadway, Lubbock, TX 79409, USA Dr. Somsubhra Chakraborty
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Projects; Coordinated Graduate Degree Programme Institutional Collaboration
  • Purdue University
    610 Purdue Mall, West Lafayette, IN 47907, USA Dr. Pawan Goyal, CSE.
    Short term and Long term Faculty Exchange and Visiting Faculty, Undergaduate and Graduate Student Exchange, Collaborative research, Joint Academic Activities and Events, Collaborative engagement to secure externalfunding from Governmental, Funding agency, Alumni and Industry Sources, Other mutually agreed educational or research programs
  • Colorado State University, USA
    Fort Collins, CO 80523, USA Prof. Arun Chakraborty, CORAL.
    Co-operative educational experiences, Share benefits of institutional accomplishments, Collaborative research, Exchange of faculty members and students
  • Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, USA
    New Brunswick, NJ, USA Dr. Kishor Goswami
    Exchange of Students; Exchange of faculty members; Exchange of documentation and research material; Coordination in joint or collaborative research projects; Cooperation in efforts to commercialize technologies developed; Development of collaborative academic programs
  • University of Rwanda
    Butare, Rwanda Prof. Raja Datta, E&ECE
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Projects; Joint academic activities and events
  • CSIR - Central Building Research Institute
    Roorke, India Not indicated
    (i) Exchange of personnel (ii) Joint conferences and seminars (iii) Joint guidance of student projects (iv) Initiation of collaborative research Memorandum of Understanding
  • The National Institute of Urban Affairs (NIUA)
    New Delhi, India Prof. Haimanti Banerji, Dept. of Architecture and Regional Plannig
    (i) NIUA will identify thrust areas of the program in consultation with IITKGP and other BASIIC partners, policy think tanks, academic and research institutions. It will additionally introduce IITKGP to relevant Central and State Governments and Institutions. (ii) IITKGP will assist NIUA to : (a) bring in domain expertise from IITKGP in accessibility, safety & inclusivity for research and development, formulation of innovative urban solutions, knowledge management, training and capacity building. (b) Provide technical advisory or technical support to Municipal Corporations/SPVs, and state governments on inclusive development aspects, but not limited to infrastructure projects, and other such intervention as maybe agreed from time to time. (c) Enable virtual linking or networking of technical resources in the specific thematic area, synthesizing of best practices and ressearch updates in the specified theme. (d) Collaborate on central ministries and states in policy development initiatives related to thematic areas of BASIIC. (e) Involve professors across various departments of IITKGP to act as mentors of the Design Challange/Hackathon and to train the innovators/start-ups working on developing innovative solutions for disability related aspects. (f) Be involved in further networking with other institutions in their respective thematic areas so as to develop a knowledge ecosphere in the country. (iii) The specific activities to be undertaken under this MoU will be decided from time to time on mutual consultation and separate written arrangements depending on the requirements of the activities will be signed. (iv) The two parties will explore opportunities of undertaking research projects. Each such research proposal shall require approval of respective institutions and the Terms Reference will be worked out separately for each project. Memorandum of Understanding
  • Department of IT, E&C, Government of Telangana (GoTS)
    Hyderabad, Telangana None
    1) To set up R&D park on a land of 20 acres at Hyderabad which will focus on AI, Data Sciences and Cyber Security, Robotics, Advanced Manufacturing, Life Sciences, Aerospace and Defence, 2) To set up a Center of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence ("AI-CoE") for carrying out research, and facilitating technical consultancy, training programs and addressing any other mutually agreed activities relevant, 3) Explore opportunities of undertaking joint research projects seeking research funding from external funding agencies, 4) Formulate joint academic activities such as short course, seminars, workshops or conferences based on mutual interests and available expertise in both the institutions.
  • Centre for Development of Advanced computing (C-DAC)
    Prof. Sanjay Bandopadhyay
    Establishment of NSM Nodal Centre for Training in HPC and AI
  • Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (DMIMS)
    Maharashtra, India Prof. Santanu Dhara, Electrical Engineering
    (i) Student Exchange Programme (ii) Joint research projects (iii) Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI)
    Balapur, Hyderabad, India Dr. Indranil Manna, Metallurgical & Materials Engineering
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events Institutional MoU
  • ICAR
    Cuttack, Odisha, India Jayanarayan Kuttippurath
    (i) Faculty exchange programme (ii) Student exchange programme (iii) Joint research projects (iv) Coordinated graduate degree programme (v) Joint academic activities and events General Umbrella MoU
  • Pullela Gopichand Badminton Academy
    Hyderabad, Telangana. Rekhi Centre of Excellence for the Science of Happiness
    Training programmes which focus on happiness and well being will be developed for coaches of PGBA; Advisory and training programes for students and coaches at IITKGP by PGBA; Collaborative research Institutional Collaboration
  • South Eastern Railway Hospital, Kharagpur
    Kharagpur, West Bengal Prof. Suman Chakraborty (Mech) & Prof. (Dr.) Satadal Saha, SMST
    Diagnostic services support; Specialist medical consultation services; Research collaboration; Clinical collaboration; Academic collaboration; Medical services
  • Sri Aurobindo Society
    Puducherry Prof.Abraham George, Dept. of Architecture and Regional Planning
    (i) Events and activities such as awareness programs, seminars, workshops, conferences, capacity building programs and establishing incubators. (ii) Research activities and programs including sponsored projects from governments, corporate, etc. (iii) Collaborative programs to develop appropriate, sustainable and affordable technological innovations for social development. (iv) Training activities and programs for individual, organizational or social development, including for students and faculty.
  • Sri Venkateswara Veterinary University, Tirupati
    Tirupati Prof. Santanu Dhara
    Joint research projects; Joint academic activities and events; Institutional Collaboration
  • JBC Healthcare & Research Private Ltd
    Sector 1, Salt Lake City, Kolkata, West Bengal 700064 Prof. Sanjay Gupta
    Joint research projects; Joint academic activities and events; Data sharing Institutional Collaboration
  • India Meteorological Dept Ministry of Earth Sciences
    Prof. Dhrubajyoti Sen
    (i) IIT hereby agrees to continue support in respect of facilities established through grant-in-aid by IMD at the end of project period when IMD support may be phased out. (ii) Both IMD and AMFUs will make use of the data generated from observatory/AWS for agricultural research and advisory purpose. (iii) Both parties acknowledge the confidentiality of the information which maybe transferred between the parties or obtained or developed during the course of this exchange from time to time as being essential to this MoU and agree not to disclose the same to any third party without prior permission. Memorandum of Understanding
  • Homi Bhabha National Institute (HBNI)
    BARC Training School Complex, Anushaktinagar, Mumbai, Maharashtra 400094 Prof. Baidurya Bhattacharya, Civil
  • Semiconductor Laboratory, Department of Space, Govt. of India
    Punjab Prof. Pradip Mandal, ECE
  • Institute for Steel Development and Growth (INSDAG)
    Ballygunge, Kolkata, West Bengal 700019 Dr. Sumana Gupta, ARP.
    Joint Research and Consultancy projects; Joint knowledge dissemination projects; Institutional Collaboration in education and research
  • Tata Medical Center
    Kolkata Prof. Suman Chakraborty, ME.
    Coordinated graduate degree programs; Coordinated certification programme/Outreach; Joint supervision of Masters/PhD; Joint Research projects; Exchange of Faculty/Scientists/Researchers/Students/Fellows; Use of laboratory facilities and sharing of data;
  • CSIR-Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-CEERI)
    Pilani, Rajasthan Prof. J. Mukhopadhyay, CSE
    Exchange of Scientific Staff; Exchange of students; Joint supervision of M.Tech, M.S and PhD students; Exchange of academic information and materials; Exchange of periodicals and other publications; Organization of joint research programs; Organization of joint conferences; Organization of other academic exchanges; Use of lab facilities Institutional Collaboration
  • National Institute of Industral Engineering (NITIE)
    Mumbai, Maharashtra Prof. J. Maiti, ISE.
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research projects; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration
  • Indian Army
    New Delhi Prof. A. K. Samantaray, ME
  • Research & Development Centre for Iron & Steel (RDCIS), Ranchi
    Jharkhand Prof. S. B. Singh, Material & Metallurgy dept.
    Joint Research and development projects; Mutual exchange of scientific information and literature; Participation in technical activities; Utilization of facilities and expertise as per requirements; Pursue matters of mutual interest in Human Resource Development and technology development
  • Oil and Natural Gas Corporation Limited (ONGC)
    New Delhi Coordinator Director of Pan-IIT Forum.
    Collaborative execution of research projects; Academic Exchanges through ONGC Scholar Program; Promoting Internships; visiting and adjunct faculty programs and research oriented career programs; Extending ONGC research labs for use of IITs and vice versa; Organizing workshops, seminars & conferences; Promoting entrepreneurship activities;
  • Guru Nanak Institute of Dental Sciences & Research (GNIDSR), Kolkata
    Kolkata Dr. Jyotirmoy Chatterjee, SMST.
  • Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science (IACS)
    Kolkata Dr. Soumya De, School of Bioscience
    Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint supervision of PhD; Joint Research projects; Faculty exchange programme
  • Square Kilometre Array (SKA) - India Consortium
    Prof. Sunando DasGupta, Dean, SRIC.
  • American Society for Quality India Pvt. Limited (ASQ India)
    New Delhi Head, ISE.
    MDP for industry/government executives; Certificate programs for trainers; Joint conferences/seminars/workshops; Collaborative industry oriented research; Developing case studies on best practices in quality improvement philosophies
  • Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR)
    New Delhi Head, School of Medical Science and Technology, IIT KGP.
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Projects; Participation in academic networking; coordinated degree programme; Joint academic activities and events; Participation in National Digital Library project; Institutional Collaboration
  • Tamil Nadu Fisheries University, Nagapattinam
    Nagapattinam, Tamil Nadu Prof. P.S Rao, AgFE.
    Faculty Exchange Programme; Student Exchange Programme; Joint Research Project; Coordinated graduate degree programme; Joint academic activities and events Institutional Collaboration

If you wish to sign an MoU with IIT Kharagpur, please fill this MoU Template and send an email to ir-office@adm.iitkgp.ac.in