Asian Association for Biology Education (AABE)
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1966, following a planning Conference held in 1965, Sri Lanka.
Improve the teaching of and promote research in biology in Asian countries; bring together biology teachers and educators of Asian countries at conferences held periodically; establish an agency in Asia to serve as a centre for the exchange of teaching materials, journals and research papers, specialists and teachers in biological science, and open channels of communication between this agency and agencies in different countries doing similar work; promote the creation of biological teaching centres in each Asian country; promote the use of local resources for the teaching of biology.
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General Meeting. Executive Committee, consisting of elected Executive Director and elected members (Secretary is an ex-officio member). Organizing Committee of at least 4 members including Executive Director.
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