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MOU signed between CVASU and AAU, India

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Chittagong Bureau  :
A memorandum of understanding Signing Ceremony was held yesterday with Chittagong Veterinary and animal Science University (CVASU) and Assam Agriculture University, India yesterday at the Conference room of Chittagong Veterinary and animal Science University to exchange education and research work by the bi-lateral formal agreement that was signed yesterday.
A three members delegation from Assam Agriculture University also visited the CVASU. They visited the academic activities, facilities of   research work. The delegation appreciated the high quality laboratory, world class anatomy and fisheries Museum,       Veterinary  Hospital and research works.
The delegation members are  Dr. KM Buzar Barua, Vice Chancellor  of Assam Agricultural University , Prof. Dr. RN Gossami,  Dean, College of  Veterinary Medicine and Prof  of bio technology department  Dr. Provod Barah .
 Prof Dr. Goutam Buddo  Das Presided the Ceremony and said that Chittagong Veterinary and animal Science University (CVASU) for the be beginning of this university we are providing world class technical teaching and practical work for experienced Graduate in this University.
Dr. KM Buzar Barua, Vice Chancellor  of Assam Agricultural University and Prof Dr. Goutam Buddo Das singed the MoU in their respective part and said that  the two country  will be worked together for the welfare and develop the research work for the students and teachers.
 He also assured to provide free accommodation facility  under this MoU for the  students of Veterinary and animal Science University(CVASU) for training period  in this university.  

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