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Jaffna Uni academic staff meet Amunugama to discuss 4th Int’l Conference Dry Zone Agriculture


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University of Jaffna academic staff representatives met Minister Dr. Sarath Amunugama to discuss the 4th International Conference Dry Zone Agriculture – 2018 (ICTDA – 2018). This discussion was held at ministry office on Monday (21). This Conference will be held on 1 and 2 November at the Auditorium – Faculty of Agriculture, University of Jaffna, Ariviyal Nagar, Kilinochchi. Minister Amunugama will be the Chief Guest at the conference. Dr. Seevaratnam Vasantharuba, Senior Lecturer, Jaffna University, Dr. Umashankar, Senior lecturer and Dr. Sarujan Sathyamurthi, Lecturer, Jaffna University participated at the meeting. Seen here is the meeting in progress. 


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