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Ethiopian team at ANGRAU

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HYDERABAD: The Acharya N.G. Ranga Agricultural University (ANGRAU) is willing to have a MoU on exchange of technological advancements in agriculture education and research with Ethiopia.

Expressing this proposal, the newly appointed Vice-Chancellor, Dr S. Raghuvardhan Reddy, also requested a team of Ethiopian scientists to send Ethiopian students to pursue higher studies at the ANGRAU. Dr Reddy explained the various stress management measures in drought-prone areas developed by the University. The visiting scientists were taken to various facilities and department of ANGRAU, according to a release.

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