The Governor expressed his view when chairman of Maulana Abul Kalam Azad Institute of Asian Studies (MAKAIAS) Sitaram Sharma along with Rajiv Gandhi University (RGU) Vice- Chancellor Professor Tamo Mibang called on him at the Raj Bhawan on Tuesday.

The meeting was held after signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the institutes for academic collaboration and engagement of research scholars in the field of tribal studies, a communiqué said here on Wednesday.
Sharma appreciated the MAKAIAS for forging partnership with RGU in enriching the knowledge depository of the state and hoped that the initiative would go a long way in cementing the relationship between the two institutes and facilitate in bringing out the mystical tribal culture.
"Arunachal Pradesh is a paradise for researchers as there is no dearth of research subject from tribal culture, diverse flora and fauna to unique geographical characteristics," the Governor said.
He informed the MAKAIAS chairman that Arunachal Pradesh would be crucial to India's Look East Policy and therefore more academic studies might be taken up on this subject.


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