Welcome to XIII Agricultural Science Congress, 2017

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The National Academy of Agricultural Sciences (NAAS), India announces organization of XIII Agricultural Science Congress at the University of Agricultural Sciences (UAS), Bengaluru in collaboration with local ICAR Institutes from February 21-24th 2017. The theme of the Congress is 'Climate-smart Agriculture'

The Academy and UAS, Bengaluru have great pleasure in inviting you to attend the Congress at Bengaluru. The Congress will provide an intellectually stimulating platform for discussing key issues related to 'Climate-smart Agriculture' in all its facets, including socio-economic empowerment of marginal farmers through technology development and policy initiatives for sustainable farming, forestry and natural resource management in tune with global climate change.

Bengaluru will be hosting the Agricultural Science Congress for the first time and is expected to attract a large number of very distinguished scientists in all concerned disciplines from across the world. In addition to agricultural scientists from across the country, entrepreneurs in agri-business, policy analysts, policy makers, financial institutions, students and above all farmers will be participating in the Congress.The Congress will also provide opportunities for the agri-input sector including seed companies, manufacturers of fertilizers, agro-chemicals, pharmaceuticals, farm laboratory & dairy equipment, insurance companies and agriculture related service providers to showcase their products and interact with their potential clientele for both generating business and promoting innovation.

The hosts, UAS Bengaluru and NAAS, New Delhi look forward to your active participation in the XIII Agricultural Science Congress and be a part of this historic event in sparking off the much needed paradigm shift in the practice of agriculture and the management of agricultural production systems in the face of climate change.