MoUs signed with Benori, Baijnath Pharma
Shoolini University and Benori KPO have signed an agreement to cooperate and become knowledge partners based on the principle of reciprocity. The Memorandum of Understanding (MOU), signed by Pro Vice Chancellor Prof Atul Khosla on behalf of the University and Mr Ashish Gupta on behalf of Benori, is aimed at encouraging exchange of research and knowledge between both entities.
Benori KPO will provide research and digital support that will go toward increasing Shoolini’s outreach. Additionally, Benori KPO will help evaluate Shoolini University students on an ad hoc basis. In return, Shoolini University will agree to support Benori KPO as and when required. Another MoU was signed between the University and the Baijnath Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd, Kangra.
It is a leading manufacturer of Ayurveda/ herbal medicines in Himachal Pradesh. The MOU aims to promote mutual co-operation in research and projects of botanical, herbal, ayurveda, nutraceuticals, cosmeceuticals and health supplements. The MoU was signed in a unique environment at the Foundation Day function of the University on April 13 at the site of havan at SILB.
Baijnath Pharmaceuticals is a leading manufacturer of Ayurvedic / herbal medicines in Himachal Pradesh, and supplier in India of over 300 types of classical Ayurveda, Unani, Veterinary & Herbal products for health care and wellness. Formulations of these herbal medicines are being continuously standardized by the Ayurvedic manufacturer. In recent years, this natural products Company has also been developing, through intensive research and strategic tie-ups for cutting-edge technologies / eco-friendly processes, a new set of high-value proprietary and patented Ayurvedic products and herbal medicinal products.
These herbal innovations have tremendous potential in India and overseas, according to reliable market surveys. Commercial production of the high-value health supplements, anti-oxidants, nutraceuticals and skin care products is being launched from the Ayurvedic Company’s state-of-the-art factory in Paprola (Himachal). These natural healthcare products and herbal cures (including for diabetes, cardiac and metabolic disorders) will soon be ready for take-off to foreign markets. The MoU was signed between Vice Chancellor Prof P K Khosla and Dr. SK Sharma of Baijnath Pharmaceuticals.