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SCMS Water Institute enjoys collaboration with universities & companies of international repute. Following are the collaborators who support SWI vision to develop into a ‘Centre for Excellence in water’.
SCMS Group has various collaborations with this university since 2010. SCMS Water Institute itself is fruit of this collaboration initiative. Two visionaries namely, Prof Dr Johannes Fritch of University of applied sciences, Ravensberg- Weingarten, Germany and late Prof Dr. Pradeep P Thevannor, then Vice Chairman of SCMS Group were the key persons initiated this collaborative mission. As per the MoU between these two institutions, joint research, student and faculty exchange, institutional strengthening etc are the main aims of this technical collaboration.
An internationally successful and technologically innovative German company which is a world leader in pipe location and water leak detection has MoU with SCMS Group for academic and technological collaboration. Sewerin has donated both leak detection and pipe locating instruments worth several lakhs for SCMS Water Institute. Students and in- service engineers from government are being trained by SCMS Water Institute using these equipment’s from SEWERIN GmbH.
NIVUS is another company having remarkable association with SCMS Group. NIVUS which is an internationally reputed company in ultrasonic flow measurements, has provided equipment’s worth several lakhs for SCMS Water Institute for technical teaching, demonstration and training purposes.
KMRL came to SCMS Group requesting technical support for assessing the potential for harvesting of roof top rain water in the metro station of KMRL. A MoU has been made in this regard between these two institutions. As per the MoU, study was carried by SCMS Water Institute and a detailed technical report with site specific plans for each metro station was submitted to KMRL. In the light of this report, KMRL has already installed a roof top rain water harvesting system at Companypady station as a pilot initiative and will in turn implement harvesting of roof top rainwater in all the metro stations.