Commodore Rohtas Singh, Principal Director of Naval Education visited Andhra University and expressed his intention to sign MoU to facilitate naval personnel to study various courses in the University. As study leave can be availed of by the naval personnel for taking Ph D courses under executive quota and he sought later entry in B Tech and M Tech courses. AU Vice Chancellor G Nageswar Rao, Rector Gayatri Devi and others discussed with naval officials at EC Conference hall. Deputy General of court Anupam Roy, NSTL associate director Ravi Kumar, district army welfare officer Colonel Lawrence, AU Registrar Kandula Niranjan, academic dean MVR Raju, principals of various colleges also took part in the discussion.
‘Our chief materials in vice admiral cadre will visit AU on September 13th and sing MoU in this regard’ said Rahtas Singh.
‘We will establish center for defence studies in near future and all services to the armed forces will be catering from here’ said AU VC G Nageswar Rao.
‘We are ready to sing research consultancy programs with Andhra University’ said Ravi Kumar.
Japanese Ambassador Kenji Hiramatsu visits AU
As many as 1369 organizations with Japan as their head quarters are rendering their services in India. Japan is providing technology to 60% cars that are roaming on Indian roads and cars are being exported to other nations after manufacturing in India. Japan is famous for providing education at home along with at schools. Japan is working actively with India since 2000. Japanese ambassador Kenji Hiramtsu made a courtesy visit to Platinum Jubilee Hall and lectured on ‘Relations between Japan and India ‘.
‘We will start high speed train operations between Mumbai and Ahmadabad by the end of 2023’ said Hiramatsu.
‘There are 13,000 students are studying in AU and its 7 allied colleges’ said VC G Nageswar Rao.