The workshop highlighted the importance of need based research in the veterinary field of Bangladesh
A day-long workshop on emphasizing need based research has been organized by the Department of Medicine and Public Health of Sher-e-Bangla Agricultural University (SAU) in Dhaka.
The workshop highlighted the importance of need based research in the veterinary field of Bangladesh on Tuesday, titled as "Orientation to MS Program: the Commencement of Research Carrier.” While discussing the importance of practical research, Director General of the Department of Livestock Services, Bangladesh Dr Md Ainul Haque said: "The young veterinarians of our country have the potential to conduct research in this sector."
He added that it is great news that the veterinary sector in Bangladesh has much more diversification than any other sector.
"We have numerous researchers and modern lab facilities but, due to the scarcity of experts, many valuable machineries have turned useless," said Dr ASSM Zubery, Director of Bangladesh Food Safety Authority, while demanding more passion and hard work from the researchers in this field.
A total of 125 Bangladeshi veterinarians attended the program. Chairman of the Department of Medicine and Public Health, Dr KBM Saiful Islam chaired the workshop.
He said more research-based workshops need to be arranged so that Bangladeshi young scientists can learn and sharpen their skills as much as possible.