Bad habit Chancellor responsible for Assam Agricultural University Ashok Kumar Bhattacharyya initiated e-lab, an e-learning office at the college in Jorhat on Tuesday.
The e-learning office under AdaptNET program was opened at the DBT-North East Center for Agricultural Biotechnology (DBT-NECAB).
The DBT-North East Center for Agricultural Biotechnology (DBT-NECAB), which works through AAU, built up the e-learning lab as a major aspect of the AdaptNET-ERASMUS+ venture, subsidized by the Education, Audiovisual and Culture Executive Agency (EACEA) of the European Commission.
An authority of the college said Vice Chancellor Bhattacharyya introduced the e-lab in a concise strip cutting function within the sight of the Registrar, Dean, Faculty individuals from AAU, DPGS, DSW, agent representative, understudies, specialists and all AdaptNET partners, who had joined on the web.
The Indian organizer of AdaptNET, Dr. BK Sarmah, the ICAR-national educator (Norman Borlaug Chair) and head of DBT-NECAB, educated that AdaptNET has an association between four higher instructive establishments in India and four organizations in Europe.
It is a strategic “Reinforcing instruction, examination and advancement for atmosphere shrewd harvests in India”.
The authority said recently, 29 researchers from India were sent on a preparation to three European and one Indian establishment to reinforce their abilities in atmosphere brilliant agribusiness and fill in as ‘ace mentors’ in the e-labs.
Plus, 16 grants would be granted to Indian understudies for refining their insight on environmental change in labs of chose accomplice associations for a quarter of a year. Dr Sarmah presented the organizer of AdaptNET Dr. Andreas Voloudakis from Agricultural University of Athens,