Indian University signs pact with Tanzanian Agricultural University

Chaudhary Charan Singh Haryana Agricultural University (CCSHAU), Hisar, Haryana has recently signed an MoU with Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania to promote research & innovations in agriculture & strengthen economic condition of farmers through cooperation.

The agreement was signed by Prof. Raphael T. Chibunda, Vice Chancellor of CCSHAU and College of Agriculture and Sokoine Agricultural University of Tanzania. According to this MoU, scientists, researchers and students of CCHAU will try to strengthen the economic condition of farmers with the help of innovative research.

CCHAU’s advanced agricultural techniques and innovations will also benefit Tanzanian farmers. With HAU’s technology, Tanzanian farmers will be able to strengthen their economic position by increasing agricultural production and creating new startups. CCHAU scientists will impart training on commercial and new techniques of agriculture to promote faculty exchange, training, research and cooperation in agricultural extension activities in Tanzania and India.

The two universities will participate in seminars, conferences and cooperate with each other. It is known that at present, the 47th International Trade Fair is going on in the Tanzanian city of Dar-es-Salaam, in which a delegation from Haryana under the direction of Chief Minister Manohar Lal is on a tour to explore and promote business and education opportunities in Tanzania. The 50-member delegation includes top officials of the Haryana government, businessmen and vice-chancellors and officials of four universities.

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