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MoU with Alcorn State University, USA.
SVVR Educational Society and Alcorn State University, Mississippi State, USA had signed a MoU in May 2010 to work closely with each other. The Alcorn State University was headed by Dr. Samuel L. White, Dean of the School of Arts & Sciences and Director of Sponsored Programmes; Dr. Dovi Alipoe, Director of Global Programmes; Dr. Dalton H McAfee, Extension Administrator; Dr. C Ravindra Reddy, Project Director; and Mr. Ashwini Srivasta, Chief Information Officer.

The MoU was signed by Dr. K Prathap Reddy, Director, representing SVVR Educational Society group of institutions and Dr. Samuel L. White representing Alcorn State University. Both institutions have agreed to collaborate encompassing food and agri business management, general management and advanced technology systems, teleconferences and joint seminars, semester-long study abroad exchange of students, faculty exchanges and other collaborative teaching initiatives mutually agreeable to both parties.

In the short term in the next couple of years, the areas of collaboration include

(a) faculty exchange,

(b) summer internship for students,

(c) sharing information and faculty resources through videoconferencing, and

(d) research on small farmer - market linkages.

MOU with RVJ Eurasia Food and Agro Services BV, Netherlands
Food and Agri Business School [FABS], Hyderabad and RVJ Eurasia Food and Agro Services BV, Netherlands have signed an MoU to collaborate and connect European and Indian Food & Agro Supply Chains in a meaningful way.

More specifically, FABS & RVJ Services will

  • Establish other partnerships to complement and serve their joint businesses/projects in an effective and holistic manner.
  • Jointly design and conduct different training programs as per the market requirements in both Europe and India.
  • Jointly enable/facilitate businesses that can close the quality GAP between European and Indian Food Supply Chains. In the long-term both these entities envision becoming the orchestrators of Food Supply Chains.
  • Carry out different customized research initiatives to understand the opportunities that exist within and between these two markets.
  • Work towards strengthening FABS European priorities by working in close cooperation with FABS. On similar lines, FABS will work towards strengthening the RVJ Services Indian priorities/offerings.
  • Develop mutually beneficial and interesting projects with both short-term and long-term perspective. The decision on the benefits and cost sharing shall be made on a project-by-project basis.
MOU with National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE), Hyderabad
National Institute of Agricultural Extension Management (MANAGE), Hyderabad and Food and Agribusiness School (FABS), Hyderabad has entered into a MoU to work together in the areas of:
  • Long duration academic programmes
  • Research, knowledge generation and publication
  • Sharing faculty and knowledge resources
  • Rural and agriculture sector transformation programmes implementation
  • Any other mutually acceptable area
In addition to providing each others’ library and knowledge resources, the collaboration would include jointly conducting / organizing:
  • Research
  • Seminars and workshops
  • Training programmes
MoU between ANGRAU, Hyderabad and FABS (SVVR Educational Society) Hyderabad
Acharya NG Ranga Agricultural University (ANGRAU), Hyderabad,and Food and Agribusiness School (FABS), SVVR Educational Society, Hyderabad have signed an MoU on May 25, 2009 to influence rural transformation in general and transformation of agriculture sector in particular. The two institutes agreed to work together in the areas of:
  • Long duration academic programmes
  • Research, knowledge generation and publication
  • Sharing faculty and knowledge resources
  • Rural and agriculture sector transformation programmes implementation
  • Any other mutually acceptable area
In addition to providing each others’ library and knowledge resources, the collaboration would include jointly conducting / organizing:
  • Research
  • Seminars and workshops
  • Training programmes
 
 
 
     
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