Published On:March 5 2024
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NIT Calicut to Establish Satellite Research Center in Collaboration with Ananth Technologies

National Institute of Technology Calicut (NITC) has taken a significant step forward by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Ananth Technologies Pvt Limited, a prominent player in space technologies. The collaboration aims to establish a Satellite Research Centre of Ananth at NIT Calicut.

This partnership is poised to invigorate students and faculty members interested in space-related research and projects. NITC will provide the necessary space and infrastructure resources to set up the Satellite Centre.

Expressing his pride in this collaboration, Prasad Krishna, Director of NIT Calicut, remarked, "It is a proud moment for NITC to partner with Ananth, a leader in design, development, re-engineering, manufacturing, and marketing of on-board and ground aerospace systems, software, IT products, and engineering services." He emphasized that the Satellite Research Centre of Ananth, which has contributed to missions like Chandrayaan 3, will enhance the capabilities of faculty, scholars, and students in space research.

Krishna also highlighted that NITC aims to establish an ecosystem not only for its students but also for other institutions, organizations, and individuals interested in space-related activities.

The partnership holds special significance for NITC as Subba Rao Pavuluri, the founder of Ananth, is an alumnus of the Institute. Pavuluri, a graduate of the 1973 batch of Regional Engineering, Calicut, had a distinguished career at ISRO for 15 years before establishing Ananth Technologies Pvt Ltd (ATL) in 1992 with a mission to support space research in India.

The MoU was signed by Subba Rao Pavuluri on behalf of Ananth Technologies and Jose Mathew, Chairperson of the Centre for Industry-Institutional Relations (CIIR) at NIT Calicut.

In addition to setting up the Satellite Research Centre, NITC and Ananth will explore collaborative projects leveraging the expertise of both teams. NITC students will benefit from expert sessions, technical presentations, webinars, and talks on topics of mutual interest by Ananth's experts.

The collaboration will also facilitate lab visits to Ananth, technical training, and the introduction of new courses in the curriculum, providing students with practical exposure and skill development opportunities. Ananth will also offer placement opportunities for competent candidates based on their requirements and demand.

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