Part of NIA Educational Institution

TNEA Code-2706

Admission 2024-25

Research Interest Group (RIG)

PREAMBLE:

=> A Research Interest Group (RIG) has been established with the aim of facilitating the exchange of faculty expertise among faculty members and fostering collaborative interdisciplinary research endeavours.

=> RIG contributes to enhancing faculty skill development by offering targeted training and sponsoring opportunities for attending training programs at centrally funded research institutions and for online certifications.

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Key Features

KEY FEATURES OF RESEARCH INTEREST GROUPS:

# Knowledge Sharing: RIGs facilitate the exchange of knowledge and expertise among members through seminars, workshops, conferences, and publications.

# Research Meetings: Members typically meet regularly to discuss research findings, share insights, and plan collaborative projects.

# Collaboration: Members often engage in joint research projects, grant applications, and other collaborative activities related to their shared research interests.

KEY FEATURES OF RESEARCH INTEREST GROUPS:

# Networking: RIGs provide opportunities for networking and building professional relationships within the field.

# Research Advancement: These groups can help advance research in a particular area by pooling resources, sharing data, and promoting innovative ideas.

# Mentorship: Some RIGs may offer mentorship opportunities, especially for early-career researchers, to support their growth and development in the field.

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