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MoU on mushroom cultivation technology

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JALUKBARI, Dec 1 - Department of Biotechnology, Gauhati University (GU) and Mushroom Development Foundation (MDF) recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote cooperation in education, innovation and research in the field of mushroom cultivation technology.

Head of Department of Biotechnology Prof Mohan Chandra Kalita and MDF general secretary Pranjal Baruah inked the pact.

While signing the pact Prof Kalita said, �Both the institutes will work together to promote research and training on mushroom cultivation technology with special focus on the enhancement of livelihood in this region.� He said the MoU would aim to promote mushroom cultivation as an alternative livelihood option to enhance nutritional and livelihood security in the region.

MDF general secretary Baruah said that the objective of the MoU is to secure cooperation between both institutes and to work together to advance the progress of mushroom science and technology. He further stated that the MoU is aimed at promoting interaction among the various stakeholders, including farmers for efficient and timely technology transfer.

Faculty members Dr Hridip K Sarma, Dr Sujoy Bose, Dr Shyam S Swargiary, Dr Pranjan Barman, Dr Debasish Borbora and Dr Md Imtiyaj Khan were present during signing of the MoU.

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MoU on mushroom cultivation technology

JALUKBARI, Dec 1 - Department of Biotechnology, Gauhati University (GU) and Mushroom Development Foundation (MDF) recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to promote cooperation in education, innovation and research in the field of mushroom cultivation technology.

Head of Department of Biotechnology Prof Mohan Chandra Kalita and MDF general secretary Pranjal Baruah inked the pact.

While signing the pact Prof Kalita said, �Both the institutes will work together to promote research and training on mushroom cultivation technology with special focus on the enhancement of livelihood in this region.� He said the MoU would aim to promote mushroom cultivation as an alternative livelihood option to enhance nutritional and livelihood security in the region.

MDF general secretary Baruah said that the objective of the MoU is to secure cooperation between both institutes and to work together to advance the progress of mushroom science and technology. He further stated that the MoU is aimed at promoting interaction among the various stakeholders, including farmers for efficient and timely technology transfer.

Faculty members Dr Hridip K Sarma, Dr Sujoy Bose, Dr Shyam S Swargiary, Dr Pranjan Barman, Dr Debasish Borbora and Dr Md Imtiyaj Khan were present during signing of the MoU.

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