Imphal, Dec. 11
A three day National Symposium on Nematodes – a threat to food security and farmers’ livelihood began today at the Senate Hall, Earth Science Building of Manipur University. The 3 day seminar is being organised jointly by the Nematological Society of India, New Delhi, Manipur University Canchipur and Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi.
The inaugural session was attended by Vice Chancellor of Manipur University , Jarnail Singh as the Chief Guest while Dr. Pankaj , the Vice President of the Nematological Society of India presided over the function. Professor of Life Sciences, Manipur University G. A. Shantibala Devi also attended as Guest of honour.
Professor N. Mohilal Meitei, who is also the local organizing secretary of the seminar while talking to media persons at the sideline of the inaugural function said that the seminar will enhance additional knowledge to the people who are in the field particularly those doing research in life science. All together 50 Nematologists from across the country are attending in the seminar, In addition to this 20 experts in the field from the state of Manipur.
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