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MoU on adoption of the Pyranga cluster villages

By Staff reporter

GUWAHATI, Oct 31 - An MoU was signed between the College of Veterinary Science, Assam Agricultural University (AAU), Khanapara, and the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), Government of India recently over adoption of the Pyranga cluster villages in Boko development block, Kamrup district.

On behalf of the College of Veterinary Science, Dr RN Goswami, Dean, FVSc, signed the MoU in the presence of Vice Chancellor Dr KM Bujarbarua, while the IIE was represented by its Director MK Das.

Dr A Borgohain, head of the Department of Extension Education, welcomed the personalities gathered on the occasion in the conference room of CVSc, AAU, Khanapara and explained the objective of the MoU. He said that the sole objective of the MoU was to adopt the Pyranga cluster villages in Boko development block, Kamrup district.

Further, he added, the IIE has taken keen interest in developing different sectors like animal husbandry, agriculture, sericulture and fishery in the cluster. He said that as far as the livestock sector is concerned, the IIE is expecting technical expertise from the College of Veterinary Science, Khanapara through the MoU.

The Department of Extension Education, CVSc, Khanapara, is playing a leading role in providing technical help to the IIE in the cluster.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr KM Bujarbarua praised the initiative taken by the IIE and the Department of Extension Education, AAU, and hoped that it would go a long way in ushering in development of rural Assam in particular and the entire north-eastern region in general.

He said that other organisations like NABARD are also willing to work with the AAU for rural livelihood generation and advised the Department of Extension Education to explore more such avenues.

IIE Director Das said that it is a humble beginning and the IIE has a plan to take up more such projects in a massive way in the near future for development of livestock entrepreneurship in the region.

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MoU on adoption of the Pyranga cluster villages

GUWAHATI, Oct 31 - An MoU was signed between the College of Veterinary Science, Assam Agricultural University (AAU), Khanapara, and the Indian Institute of Entrepreneurship (IIE), Government of India recently over adoption of the Pyranga cluster villages in Boko development block, Kamrup district.

On behalf of the College of Veterinary Science, Dr RN Goswami, Dean, FVSc, signed the MoU in the presence of Vice Chancellor Dr KM Bujarbarua, while the IIE was represented by its Director MK Das.

Dr A Borgohain, head of the Department of Extension Education, welcomed the personalities gathered on the occasion in the conference room of CVSc, AAU, Khanapara and explained the objective of the MoU. He said that the sole objective of the MoU was to adopt the Pyranga cluster villages in Boko development block, Kamrup district.

Further, he added, the IIE has taken keen interest in developing different sectors like animal husbandry, agriculture, sericulture and fishery in the cluster. He said that as far as the livestock sector is concerned, the IIE is expecting technical expertise from the College of Veterinary Science, Khanapara through the MoU.

The Department of Extension Education, CVSc, Khanapara, is playing a leading role in providing technical help to the IIE in the cluster.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr KM Bujarbarua praised the initiative taken by the IIE and the Department of Extension Education, AAU, and hoped that it would go a long way in ushering in development of rural Assam in particular and the entire north-eastern region in general.

He said that other organisations like NABARD are also willing to work with the AAU for rural livelihood generation and advised the Department of Extension Education to explore more such avenues.

IIE Director Das said that it is a humble beginning and the IIE has a plan to take up more such projects in a massive way in the near future for development of livestock entrepreneurship in the region.