MoU between AISAT and St. Albert’s College Autonomous

            This Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) is signed on the 28th day of September 2021 between St. Albert’s College (Autonomous), Kerala, India (hereinafter referred to as “ALBERTS”) represented by its Chairman, Rev. Dr. Antony Thoppil as the first party and Albertian Institute of Science and Technology, Kerala, India (hereinafter referred to as “AISAT”), represented by its Rev. Fr. Denny Mathew Peringatt as the second party valid for a period of 5 years. ALBERTS, through its Department of Renewable Energy, is desirous to associate with AISAT on various areas  which will be mutually beneficial to both organizations.

ALBERTS and AISAT recognize that collaboration would be of mutual benefit and would provide strengths in research and education and their mutual interest in engaging themselves in academic and industrial cooperation.

Major purpose of the MoU is as follows

  1. Faculty/Researchers/Students of ALBERTS and AISAT can collaborate in future research projects that either involve working cooperatively with partner institutions and/or cover a research topic with an international component. Activities include, but are not limited to, efforts toward developing proposals for collaborative research, co-authoring publication, conducting joint research projects, or establishing joint research centers etc.
  2. Both the parties agree to hold/conduct, whenever feasible, events, joint workshops, conferences, training programs within the areas of mutual interest with prior approval of the authorized signatories.
  3. Faculty members of ALBERTS and AISAT can travel between to participate in activities that can enhance their experience and knowledge and also to foster relations between the Parties. Activities include, but are not limited to, delivering lectures, teaching a course, taking a sabbatical, acquiring skills for institutional governance, being an examiner, to be in the board of studies of the other party, attending Faculty Development Programs and developing collaborative research etc.
  4. Students can be given an opportunity to travel among Parties to participate in activities/events that will enhance their experience and knowledge. Activities include, but are not limited to, attending a short-term course, utilizing the laboratory and other facilities etc.