The five-year agreement will ensure exchange of medical education, clinical expertise and research among the two centres.
Various technologies for health care and skill development will be utilised to update students through training and continuous education.
"We are very happy to associate with Central University of Odisha for sharing our research materials, scientists and faculties and moreover giving a stage to our medical students, from where they can explore themselves," said Dr Devi Shetty.
University Vice-Chancellor Prof Surabhi Banerjee said: "We are certain this unique association will help us address many healthcare-related issues in the region. Other than enriching the healthcare profile, we are certain the excellence of Narayana Hrudayalaya will immensely benefit our students, faculty and researchers and scientists who will get world class training in many aspects of healthcare."
The Himalaya Drug Company signed a MoU with Jagadguru Sri Shivarathreeshwara University (JSSU), Mysore, for collaborative research and development in developing new therapeutic drugs on Friday.
The five-year agreement would merge industrial experience and academic resources in research.