Prof. (Dr.) Sunandan Baruah
Assam downtown University
Assam down town University has a vision of being at par with top private Universities across the globe as far as academics and research are concerned. Research & Development is an integral part of the University’s activities. R&D activities are encouraged in all the departments of the University. Infrastructure and other facilities are continuously being improved for achieving research excellence. The University offers seed grants to young researchers to get their own research initiated. An attractive reward system is in place to inspire quality publications in high impact journals.
The Office of Dean Research supports the faculty members in all areas related to research and development. It provides mentoring to the new faculty members and assists research projects initiation, explores and facilitates collaborations with academic and research organizations and the industry. The Dean Research office creates a platform to bring faculty and students together to pursue joint efforts in research and development.
AdtU researchers are, individually as well as collaboratively, involved in cutting edge research in a vast array of disciplinary and interdisciplinary domains in science, engineering, medicine and management.
They have been able to acquire research grants from prestigious funding agencies like DBT and DST and consultancy from different Government as well as private organizations. Publications in good journals listed in major databases speak volumes about the quality of research at AdtU. AdtU has created a unique research culture where faculty and students are competent to put cutting edge knowledge into different applications. An attractive reward system is in place to encourage quality publications. We invite researchers from all over the world to collaborate with our faculty members to explore niche areas of research and contribute positively to increase the knowledge sphere. We are looking forward to interdisciplinary interinstitutional research.
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