Maharashtra National Law University, Nagpur has added another feather in its cap by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with VANAMATI (Vasantrao Naik State Agricultural Extension Management Training Institute), Nagpur, an apex training institute of Department of Agriculture.
VANAMATI is responsible for organizing training for MPSC probationers, besides organising various other training programmes with an aim to empower and enhance the income of farmers of Maharashtra. MPSC probationers shall be awarded, MA in Public Administration by Mumbai University on completion of two years training programme.
VANAMATI wanted to rope in a specialised agency like MNLU, Nagpur for imparting quality education and conducting examination for the probationers. This MoU has been signed in furtherance with the same objective. Ravindra Thakare, Director of VANAMATI, thanked MNLU, Nagpur and its Vice Chancellor Professor Vijender Kumar for signing the MoU and helping them in their mission. He also emphasised that both, MNLU Nagpur and VANAMATI must jointly research for the benefit of farmers and society.
Professor Vijender Kumar assured VANAMATI of full support and said this academic relationship for dissemination of knowledge shall continue for a long time. Justice R C Chavan, former judge of Bombay High Court, who was also present on the occasion asked the students to explore the possibility of research in issues relating to farmers and agriculture, which has been unexplored so far. He said agriculture arena is going to be corporate sector of tomorrow, which will fetch them enough money and hence they must consider working in this area seriously.
On this occasion the officers Sudhir Nanware, Additional Director, Dr. Kishore Waghmare, Dr Archana Kadu, Suwarna Pande, Sandip Khodwe, Milind Murhekar, Milind Tare, Sima Mundle of VANAMATI, Prof C Ramesh Kumar, Registrar, Dr VP Tiwari, Dr Himanshu Pandey, Dr Manish Yadav, Dr Ragnini Khubalkar, Prof Shreya Mishra Prof Sumit Malviya and all research scholars and LL M students from MNLU, Nagpur were also present.