Shri Ramdeobaba College of Engineering and Management (RCoEM) added another feather to its cap when it signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Kingsway Hospitals, Nagpur. The MoU was signed on July 08, 2020 by Shri Govindlal Agarwal, General Secretary, RCOEM and Dr. R. R. Khandelwal, Director (Academics), Kingsway Hospitals in the presence of Mr. Anand Sancheti, Chairman, Board of Directors, Dr. Prakash Khetan, Managing Director, Dr. Pramod Gandhi, Director, and Mr. Amit Somani, BUH and Chartered Accountant from Kingsway Hospitals, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Secretary, RCoEM and Dr. R. S. Pande, Principal, RCoEM.
The signing of this MoU marks the beginning of a new relationship between technocrats and medical practitioners.The purpose of the agreement is to build a framework for establishing a cooperative and productive relationship to evolve a better system for the application of engineering aspects in the field of biomedical engineering. This interdisciplinary collaboration comes at a time when the nation needs the best of brains to come together and work towards a common cause.
Dr. R.R. Khandelwal discussed about the various opportunities in the field of biomedical engineering. He also spoke about the scope and importance of telemedicine in easing the clinical problems and infrastructure development in view of the expanding scope of the health care sector.
The MOU also expresses infrastructure and research support to foster the development of innovative health care applications. Hence this collaboration will open up new frontiers for faculty, students and researchers with expertise in diverse areas to work together towards the unified goal of creating products and techniques that will ease the work of technicians and medical practitioners.
This MoU is expected not only to increase joint research but also to result in development of solutions for the overall betterment of the society. Both the parties are committed towards creating an ecosystem that will increase sharing of resources and enriching the intellectual capacity of the researchers. It is also expected that the solutions generated through this tie-up will have far reaching implications and will lead to improvement in the health care services.
In photo: Left to Right – Dr. Rajesh Pande, Shri Rajendra Purohit, Dr. R.R. Khandelwal, Shri Govindlal Agarwal, Shri Anand Sancheti and Shri Amit Somani.