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JAMMU: In a landmark decision, the University of Jammu inked Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Racemix Molecules Pvt Ltd, Gurugram, Haryana, India (A subsidiary of Anphar Laboratories Pvt Ltd, Jammu). JU created Industry Academia Partnership Centre (IAPC) under RUSA 2.0 to build industry-academia partnership and to inculcate industry based skills among students and researchers of University. For realising these objectives, JU has entered into collaboration with Racemix, wherein the latter will provide skill based training at JU and its affiliated colleges. Further, emphasis will be laid on developing process for drugs and intermediates which are imported from other countries. In order to strengthen resolve of Government of India of ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, the University conceptualised to enter into Industry Academia Partnership (IAP) to develop scientific skills as well as systematically include additional development and training that will enable researchers to deep dive into business needs, meet senior leaders and develop practical solutions to industry issues and become potential entrepreneurs.
The MoU was signed by Prof Arvind Jasrotia, Registrar University of Jammu, Dr Rajesh Thaper and Anil Gupta, Directors, Racemix Molecules Pvt Ltd in presence of Prof Manoj K Dhar, Vice Chancellor, University of Jammu.
Prof Naresh Padha, Dean Academic Affairs and Coordinator RUSA 2.0; Prof Arvind Jasrotia, Registrar University of Jammu; Dr Rajesh Thapar, Director, Racemix Molecules Pvt. Ltd; Prof Kamal K Kapoor, Convener IAPC; Prof Rajni Dhingra, Dean Research Studies; Prof Rajni Kant, Dean Faculty of Sciences and Controller of Examinations; Prof Vinay Chauhan, Dean Placement and OSD to Vice Chancellor, Deans of various faculties; Ankit Gupta, Director, Racemix Molecules Pvt Ltd and Prof Sanjay Gupta, Department of Law were also present on the occasion.