Staff Reporter

Kakinada: The Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, has agreed for a tie-up with JNTU-Kakinada in the fields of mutual interest. AIT President Said Irandoust gave an assurance to this effect to JNTU-K directors P. Uday Bhaskar and S. Srinivas Kumar during their visit to AIT recently. Mr. Bhaskar and Mr. Kumar had deliberations with Mr. Irandoust, Dean Nitin Afzulpurkar and Indian Programmes coordinator Nitin Tripathy. The tie-up is for collaborative P.G courses, research projects and student and faculty exchange.