Hisar: Delegation of US Embassy visited Luwas
Hisar, 24 June (His). A delegation from the Office of Agricultural Affairs at the US Embassy, New Delhi, visited Lala Lajpat Rai University of Veterinary and Animal Sciences, Hisar on Friday. The delegation included senior regional agriculture expert Mariano Baillard and senior agriculture expert Dr. Santosh Kumar Singh.
Vice Chancellor Dr. Vinod Kumar Verma, Research Director Dr. Naresh Jindal and Veterinary College Dean and Registrar Dr. Gulshan Narang welcomed the delegation on their arrival at the university. Under the leadership of Vice Chancellor Dr. Vinod Kumar Verma, foreign representatives in the committee room of the Vice Chancellor’s office, Director of Research Dr. Naresh Jindal, Dean COVS Dr. Gulshan Narang, Head of Department of Animal Biotechnology Dr. Sushila Mann, Head of Department of Veterinary Microbiology Dr. Rajesh Chhabra and met with scientists from the departments of Animal Biotechnology, Veterinary Microbiology, Veterinary Parasitology, Livestock Farm Complex and Animal Genetics and Breeding.
Giving details of the teaching, research and extension activities carried out by the University, Dr. Naresh Jindal said that special emphasis is being laid on animal biotechnological research by LUVAS. The foreign delegates appreciated the various activities being undertaken by the University and discussed opportunities for future collaborations with eminent researchers from USA.
The team visited the University’s Buffalo Farm and the team members were impressed by the effective management of the Buffalo Farm. He also visited Genomic DNA Laboratory (Department of Animal Genetics and Breeding), Immunology Laboratory (Department of Veterinary Microbiology), and Food Safety Laboratory (Department of Veterinary Public Health and Epidemiology), apart from various laboratories of Department of Animal Biotechnology. did. The foreign delegates expressed their delight at the research work done at the University, particularly in the area of molecular diagnostics development, and further emphasized future collaborations with various research institutions in the United States.