On August 1, 2007, the Tokyo University of Science and the National Chemical Laboratory of India signed an academic exchange agreement.
Based on this agreement, both institutions will promote a collaborative relationship through the following activities:
- Instructor exchanges
- Student exchanges
- Joint research activity
- Participation in seminars and academic conferences
- Exchange of publications and other academic information
Outline of the National Chemical Laboratory of India
Year of establishment: 1950
Location: Pune, India
Researchers (PhD): Approximately 200
Researchers (MS): Approximately 380
Doctoral program students: Approximately 400
- NCL produces approximately 50 PhDs each year. It produces India's largest number of PhDs in the industrial chemistry field.
- It is a constituent member of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR).
- It publishes more research papers on industrial chemistry than any other institution in India.
- No institution in India submits more domestic and overseas patent applications than NCL.