British Council and AICTE invite Dr. Pankaj Porwal to UK for Leadership Development Program

Dr. Pankaj Porwal, Principal Techno India NJR Institute of Technology will be part of 10
member team selected by the British Council and AICTE for 5 days visit of Dudley College, the UK.

Under the United Kingdom and India Education Research Initiative (UKIERI) Leadership
Development Program. This visit is a culmination of four leadership development workshops organized in various parts of India in 2017-18 for 100 principals from various private and government engineering colleges. Selection of 10 members was based on the level of participation in the workshops and the impact that the participants had in their institutions.

The aim of this program is to develop advanced leadership and management skills and laying the foundation for long term sustainability within the participating institutions. The visit is tentatively scheduled in 1 st week of April.

This is a new feather in the cap of Dr. Pankaj Porwal, who is a graduate of IIT Bombay and
Ph.D. from Cornell University (USA) and had served at IIT Bombay as Assistant Professor.
He has been leading Techno India NJR as principal for last 9 years.


American Professor Dr. Murari Gupta to join Techno India NJR

Dr. Murari Gupta - Techno India NJR

Dr. Murari Gupta is an internationally recognized researcher in polymer material science is joining Techno NJR as a Professor. He completed his PhD in polymer science and engineering from Georgia Tech USA and worked as postdoctoral fellow at Virginia Commonwealth University, High Performance Materials Institute at Florida State University and currently working at Howard University in Washington DC. Dr. Gupta was a DAAD Fellow at University of Stuttgart, Germany during his MTech program at IIT Delhi. He is an invited peer reviewer in several reputed research journals published by Sage, Elsevier and Wiley in the area of polymer material science. Dr. Gupta’s current research is in high performance multi functional polymeric composites based on carbon nanotubes. Dr. Gupta’s research is expected to bring exciting applications including light-weight stronger materials for fuel efficient aircraft, automobile structures and to develop novel electronic devices.

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