CSIR-CRRI News

MoU between CSIR-CRRI and Volvo Construction Equipment

MoU between CSIR-CRRI and Volvo Construction EquipmentCSIR-CRRI has entered into a MoU with Volvo Construction Equipment Division, Volvo India Private Limited, Bangaluru. Dr. S. Gangopadhyay, Director, CRRI and Sh. A.M. Muralidharan, President, Volvo has signed the MoU on April 30, 2013 at CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi. The broad objectives and terms and conditions of the MoU are as follows:

MoU between CSIR-CRRI and School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi

MoU between CSIR-CRRI and School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi CSIR-CRRI has entered into a MoU with School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi. Dr. S. Gangopadhyay, Director, CSIR-CRRI and Prof. Chetan Vaidya, Director, SPA has signed the MoU on April 25, 2013 at CSIR-CRRI, New Delhi. The broad objectives and terms and conditions of the MoU are as follows:

Evaluating Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Corridor Performance from Amebedkar Nagar to Mool Chand Intersection

The recent growth in economic activity and average incomes have resulted in increased mobility and motorization in the metropolitan cities of India with Delhi leading the pack. To address the increased need for transport infrastructure and services, Government of National Capital Territory of Delhi (GNCTD) has launched several infrastructure projects, including the construction of a metro system, Bus Rapid Transit System (BRTS), new roads and flyovers.

Recommendations of National Get-together on Road Research and Its Utilization (NGT 2012)

CSIR-Central Road Research Institute, organised a National Get-together on Road Research and its Utilization (NGT-2012) at New Delhi on March 1-2, 2012 to provide excellent forum for highway engineering fraternity – researchers, experts, technocrats, academicians, consultants and consulting firms, manufacturers associated with road developments in our country to deliberate on emerging issues of roads and road transportation for sustainable infrastructure development in the country.  The Get-Together was sponsored by 15 organisations and was attended by more tha

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