STAFF REPORT FSB: Vice Chancellor (VC) University of Agriculture Faisalabad (UAF) Dr. Iqrar Ahmed Khan has said that Pakistan is under the grip of different challenges including food insecurity, climate changes and low agricultural productivity.

The tangible researches will pave the way for development in order to address the issues, he added.

Chairing the third annual workshop titled scientific writing and plagiarism organised by Senior Tutor Office UAF, Dr. Iqrar Ahmed urged the scientists to boost up their efforts in the form of tangible researchers for solving the problems of farming community, industries and common man.

He said that honesty, integrity and solutions to the problems of stakeholders must be ensured in the research work. He said that the UAF was making all-out efforts to create the competent atmosphere for the researchers so that they can give the shape to ideas.

He said that the UAF research portfolio of has jacked up Rs 2 billion including Rs 700 million international funding. He said that the strict measures were being taken to control the plagiarism.

He condemned the malpractices being made on the part of scientists.

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