Indore: DAVV professor gets prestigious fellowship

Under this fellowship, Jajoo will visit Belgian University and Belgian scientists will visit Devi Ahilya University to conduct collaborative research.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, July 05, 2022, 12:58 AM IST
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Anjana Jajoo |

Indore (Madhya Pradesh): Anjana Jajoo, Head, School of Biotechnology, DAVV has been selected for the prestigious ASEM-DUO Fellowship Programme to collaborate with Belgian scientists. Applicants from 22 countries competed for 10 slots in this fellowship making it highly competitive.

Under this fellowship, Jajoo will visit Belgian University and Belgian scientists will visit Devi Ahilya University to conduct collaborative research. This fellowship will encourage the MoU between DAVV and the Belgian university UCLUven within the next two years.

DAVV vice-chancellor Prof Renu Jain congratulated Anjana Jajoo for this great achievement. This international fellowship to Jajoo will greatly enhance the DAVV's reputation and strengthen its research activities, she said.

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