Posted on 11 November 2011
Centre for Conservation Studies has recently signed an MoU of cooperation with the Centre for Environmental Planning and Technology (CEPT) University and the Indian National Trust for Art and Cultural Heritage in India (INTACH). The overarching aim of these MoUs is to enable CEPT and INTACH to work with York in areas of mutual interest, particularly research and training in archaeology, conservation and management.
Centre for Conservation Studies within the CEPT University has been active in the area of studies in the field of Heritage Conservation, architecture and built environment of India with and having a well developed academic methodology and multi disciplinary human resources.
INTACH is India’s largest non-profit membership organization dedicated to conservation and preservation of India’s natural, cultural, living, tangible and intangible heritage. In 1984, INTACH was founded and registered as a charity under the Registration of Societies Act, 1860. Over these past decades, INTACH has established a 171 strong, and growing, network of regional and local Chapters in different parts of the country.