India and the International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics: A Study of Their Collaboration in Agricultural Research
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A study of the Indian Council for Agricultural Research (ICAR), its institutes, centers, and projects, and the impacts of their collaboration with ICRISAT in promoting Indian national research capacity and raising agricultural production in the semi arid and dry zones of the country. The study also addresses the roles and contributions of India's twenty three agricultural universities, and of the National Academy for Agricultural Research Management in education, training, and extension.Written by Ishwar Chandra Mahapatra, Dev Raj Bhumbla, and Shriniwas Dattatraya Bokil.
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