Bangladesh Agricultural University

Bangladesh Agricultural University (Bengali: বাংলাদেশ কৃষি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় Bangladesh Krishi Bishshobiddalôe) or BAU was established as the only university of its kind in Bangladesh in 1961. The scheme for the establishment of BAU was finalized on 8 June 1961 and its ordinance was promulgated on 18 August 1961. With the appointment of its first Vice-Chancellor, the university formally came into existence on 2 September 1961 and started functioning with the College of Animal Husbandry and Veterinary Science at Mymensingh as its nucleus. The university has six faculties and 43 departments covering all aspects of agricultural education and research.

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... The USAID, through a contract with the Texas A M University, provides to the university support in the form of advisory services, fellowships and equipment ... Over the years the university has received research support from international sources including USAID, International Development Association, International ... The university receives funding support from DFID, IRRI, CIRDAP, IMI, DANIDA, IAEA, European Union, United States Department of Agriculture, IFS, Global Environment Facility and the Ghent University through bi ...

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