The Center of Research for Development (CORD) was established in 1979. Right from its inception the Centre has been quite active in establishing a multi-disciplinary and inter-institutional research base and has made considerable progress in the research areas like Horticulture, Plant Pathology, Lake Conservation, Forest Ecology, Fisheries Development, Medicinal Plants and Wild life Conservation.
The staff of the Centre has more than 450 research publications and nine books to its credit. So far 121 students completed their M. Phil. program and 72 students their Ph.D.
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