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Govt to honour SKUAST scientists’ team
Jammu: Government has decided that the team of SKUAST scientists led by Dr Riaz Ahmad Shah, which had recently cloned the world’s first Pashmina Goat, Noori, shall be rewarded for their scientific achievement.
The team will be honoured at a function in Srinagar, after the reopening of Civil Secretariat and other move offices in the summer capital of the State.
Governor N N Vohra today said this achievement could pave way for establishing a Centre of Excellence in University for undertaking similar initiatives in cloning other species of animals, like the Kashmir Hangul.
The Governor and the Chief Minister were addressing the 22nd University Council meeting of the SKUAST Kashmir, at Raj Bhavan, here today.
The Governor and the Chief Minister, stressed the urgent need for taking all the required measures, including restructuring courses and bringing about required changes in the admission procedures, for filling up all available seats at the under-graduate and postgraduate levels in both the Agricultural Universities of the State.
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