International Extension Education Conference 2020
It’s my pleasure to extend to you a warm invitation on behalf of the organizing committee, to attend the 2nd International Extension Education Conference (IEECBHU2020), to be held in December 27-30,2020 at Banaras Hindu University through virtual mode.
The conference is a 4 days event based on main topic “Role of NGO’s in Extension Services: Opportunities & Challenges”. Our goal is to bring together the bright minds to give talks that are idea focused on wide range of subjects, to stimulate learning, inspiration and provoke conversations on theme-based issues.
Banaras Hindu University offers a unique blend of tradition and stunning modern changes. The conference will comprise an exciting combination of presentations, panel discussions and competitions, presenting the innovative ways of harnessing the opportunities and addressing the issues by the stakeholders including researchers, academicians, NGO representatives, Government officials and others related within domain.
This conference is a unique opportunity especially to young scientists and field professionals, starting their activity or research in NGO’s across the world, to present and achieve recognition for their important work at global level. It is also a successful platform uniting the eminent researchers,professors, students,inventors, innovators, specialists, who are cordially welcome to participate in the prestigious event.
We invite you to send us your abstracts/papers for presentations and honour us with your active participation in the conference.Your participation will make the 2nd International Extension Education Conference (IEECBHU2020), an unforgettable scientific stiving and will stimulate a creative change of ideas and contacts among academia, government and extension agencies.
International Extension Education Conference 2016 Impact
On January 27-30, 2016, the international conference on extension education took place in Varanasi, India. The conference was organized by the Department of Extension Education of the Institute of Agricultural Sciences, at the Banaras Hindu University (BHU), which is with nearly 40,000 students, one of the largest residential universities in Asia. The major thrust behind this conference was Dr Kalyan Ghadei, faculty member of the Department, and recent visiting professor at Virginia Tech in Blacksburg, VA, in the United States. BHU was founded in 1916, so the university is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Varanasi is the global centre of Hinduism, and considered to be one of the most ancient cities which still exists. The city lies on the banks of the river Ganga (Ganges), which is considered to be holy in the Hindu religion.
Some Glimps of Last Conference 2016