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Seminar on how to apply for funds for academics

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Dec 8 - The Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences (SSUHS) on Saturday organised a seminar � �How to apply for Funds for Academics� at the Academic Hall of the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital here.

Around 200 delegates from various medical colleges of the State took part in the seminar inaugurated by MLA Dr Numol Momin.

In his speech Dr Momin requested the university authority to come up with further research-related projects in the future. Pointing to the huge potential for research in North East India due to its rich biodiversity, he assured that the government would support all academic activities with sound scientific background.

SSUHS Vice Chancellor Dr Dipika Deka in her speech encouraged the delegates to come forward with innovative ideas for research in this part of India. She assured of all possible help from the university to such academic activities.

Dr Jagadish Mahanta, scientist of ICMR; Dr Manisha Nair from University of Oxford and Dr Rintu Kutum from CSIR took part in the seminar as resource persons.

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Seminar on how to apply for funds for academics

GUWAHATI, Dec 8 - The Srimanta Sankaradeva University of Health Sciences (SSUHS) on Saturday organised a seminar � �How to apply for Funds for Academics� at the Academic Hall of the Gauhati Medical College and Hospital here.

Around 200 delegates from various medical colleges of the State took part in the seminar inaugurated by MLA Dr Numol Momin.

In his speech Dr Momin requested the university authority to come up with further research-related projects in the future. Pointing to the huge potential for research in North East India due to its rich biodiversity, he assured that the government would support all academic activities with sound scientific background.

SSUHS Vice Chancellor Dr Dipika Deka in her speech encouraged the delegates to come forward with innovative ideas for research in this part of India. She assured of all possible help from the university to such academic activities.

Dr Jagadish Mahanta, scientist of ICMR; Dr Manisha Nair from University of Oxford and Dr Rintu Kutum from CSIR took part in the seminar as resource persons.

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