Omega Seiki Mobility (OSM) and Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women (IGDTUW), a leading premier educational institution have signed a Memorandum of Understanding primarily aimed for developing and setting up a state-of-art testing lab; equipment and electric vehicle battery charging station in the IGDTUW premise to carry out various research and consultancy work.
Under the alliance, Omega Seiki Mobility will work on design, simulation, testing, product development, prototyping, production of automotive components, full vehicle development for EVs, battery packs, telematics and including efficiency and performance improvement of OSM's existing vehicles with the students of IGDTUW. The company will be also working with the students of IGDTUW in designing, developing and sample manufacturing a racing car model for contesting in various competitions globally.
Uday Narang, founder and chairman, Omega Seiki Mobility said “I firmly support women empowerment. Our association with IGDTUW is a step forward towards building a brighter future for women engineers. OSM's state-of-the-art R&D centre is offering internship opportunities to deserving students from the Institute. We strongly believe that a wonderful combination of their educational capabilities and real-life experiences at OSM will create wonders in the EV industry and this will further encourage young women engineers to be part of the electric revolution.”
Dr. Amita Dev, vice-chancellor, IGDTUW said, “The collaboration between OSM and IGDTUW will reinforce the research and development in the field of electric vehicles technology. This collaboration will be very promising in the development of state of art curriculum in the field of latest automotive and mobility technology which will further open a plethora of opportunities for the IGDTUW fraternity to work and solve real time industrial and research problems in the area of upcoming electric vehicle technology. I am very optimistic and hopeful that the collaboration between IGDTUW and OSM will go a long way and the combined efforts of both organisations will reap long lasting benefits for the society and our country in a true manner."