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DRL, Tezpur marks 62nd Lab Raising Day

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TEZPUR, Nov 22: The Defence Research Laboratory (DRL), Tezpur, a premier lab of the Defence Research & Development Organisation (DRDO), celebrated its 62nd Lab Raising Day with a series of vibrant programs. Prof. Shambhu Nath Singh, Vice Chancellor of Tezpur University, graced the event as the Chief Guest, joined by Dr. U K Singh, DS & DG(LS), DRDO HQ New Delhi, and Deba Kumar Mishra, district commissioner, Sonitpur, as Distinguished Guest and Guest of Honor, respectively. The celebration was made more special with the presence of retired officers and staff of DRL.

The event showcased the journey of DRL over the last year, highlighting various research activities and events through a video documentary. Dr. Dev Vrat Kamboj, Director of DRL, delivered a welcome address, providing insights into the achievements made by DRL during the past year.

The district commissioner of Sonitpur acknowledged DRL’s pivotal role in nation-building and its contributions through research and development, especially in providing technological solutions for challenges faced by army personnel in North-East India. He appreciated DRL’s efforts in organizing the ‘Mentees Development Programme’ under the AROHAN scheme of the Government of Assam. Dr. U K Singh, DS & DG(LS), commended all the scientists, officers, and staff of DRL for their outstanding work, emphasizing the need for active collaboration with academia and industry in all R&D projects.

Prof. Shambhu Nath Singh, Vice Chancellor of Tezpur University, lauded the R&D efforts of DRL and encouraged collaboration with Tezpur University in related fields.

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