National Academy of Agricultural Research Management

National Academy of Agricultural Research Management
Formation 1976
Type Public
Location
Parent organization ICAR
Website www.naarm.ernet.in

The National Academy of Agricultural Research Management (NAARM) was established by the Indian Council of Agricultural Research (ICAR) at Hyderabad, in 1976, to address issues related to agricultural research and education management, in India. In the initial years, the Academy primarily imparted foundation training to the new entrants of the Agricultural Research Service of ICAR.[1]

Subsequently, its role expanded to include research, capacity building of senior professionals of national and international NARS in agricultural research and education management, and policy and consultancy support to NARS. The Academy also renders services for building IP portfolios like patents and geographical indications to various stakeholders including farmers and scientists.[2]

Its motto, is to integrate agriculture with agribusiness for raising rural incomes, and the increased emphasis on the creation, dissemination, application and exchange of knowledge in this vital area, the Academy has recently initiated post graduate education programmes and set up an Agribusiness Knowledge Centre.

References

  1. ^ The Hindu : Front Page : Pawar’s speech under scanner
  2. ^ New higher agricultural education policy soon - Times Of India

See also

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