HT Spotlight | For Kashmiri research scholars, Mohali’s NIPER opens doors to Indian diversity

“Look at it through my eyes and you will realise that NIPER is a great organisation that is not only the best in the country for pharmaceutical research, but treats all without any religious or social discrimination,” says 26-year-old Mir Asrar, who topped in the Joint Entrance Test of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER). A bright Kashmiri boy, Asrar is pursuing his PhD in pharmaceutical. He belongs to Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir. He adds that this premier institute purely promotes scientific temperament, but also opens a…

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HT Spotlight | For Kashmiri research scholars, Mohali’s NIPER opens doors to Indian diversity

“Look at it through my eyes and you will realise that NIPER is a great organisation that is not only the best in the country for pharmaceutical research, but treats all without any religious or social discrimination,” says 26-year-old Mir Asrar, who topped in the Joint Entrance Test of National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research (NIPER). A bright Kashmiri boy, Asrar is pursuing his PhD in pharmaceutical. He belongs to Budgam in Jammu and Kashmir. He adds that this premier institute purely promotes scientific temperament, but also opens a…

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Iran to send more research scholars to

Iran Embassy on Wednesday expressed the desire to increase the number of Iranian research scholars at Panjab University (PU). The delegation of Iran Embassy led by the research counsellor Dr Seyed Mohammad Reza Khalili visited PU on Wednesday and met the PU vice-chancellor Prof Arun Kumar Grover.  “Iran considers PU as an eminent seat of education for its international students to grow and develop their knowledge in science and education,” said Dr Khalili.  In the meeting, Dr Khalili discussed the possibilities of extension of collaboration regarding short visits by Iranian…

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