Published: 04th February 2023
Jammu & Kashmir: Nine SKUAST-J students leave for US varsity to get exposure, training
The students will be visiting the Kansas State University under the Student Overseas Fellowship Programme of NAHEP funded by the ICAR and World Bank, the spokesman said
Students of Jammu and Kashmir leave for their foreign trip to get training. In this regard, Lt Governor Manoj Sinha on Saturday, February 4 flagged off a batch of nine undergraduate students from Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology (SKUAST)-Jammu on an exposure-cum-training programme to Kansas State University, USA.
Additionally, giving more details, an official spokesperson said, the 60-day capacity-building fellowship will expose the students to a global learning ecosystem and industry establishment. Further, Sinha interacted with the students at Raj Bhawan here and congratulated them on their selection to the fellowship.
What is the students itinerary? The students will be visiting the Kansas State University under the Student Overseas Fellowship Programme of National Agricultural Higher Education Project (NAHEP) funded by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) and World Bank, the spokesman said.
Who all are sent to the trip? The group includes undergraduate students of faculty of agriculture, school of biotechnology, faculty of veterinary sciences, and animal husbandry from the agriculture university, he added, as stated in a report by PTI.