Workshop on agriclinics and agribusiness schemes in Dibrugarh
DIBRUGARH: Given Kordoibam in the district’s Lahowal development block, NABARD Dibrugarh held a one-day workshop on agriclinics and agribusiness schemes in collaboration with Krishi Vigyan Kendra (KVK).
Dr. Diganta Sharmah, Senior Scientist and Head of KVK Dibrugarh, said the program is an impression of the final B.Sc (Agri) student who peruses the rural farming experience program under the guidance of KVK Dibrugarh. Said that it was aimed at.
Bhaskar Parakhar DDM, Nabard Dibrugarh gave a detailed presentation on the pros and cons of the Government of India’s agriclinical and agribusiness schemes, giving students this scheme as there is room to increase farm income and profits if implemented. I urged you to use it. Normally. Adhiraj Gogoi, Senior Manager of Assam Gramin Vikash Bank, urged participants’ agricultural students to obtain financial support and cooperation from the bank for the benefit of both individuals and society by generating higher incomes.
While greeting the participants, Hemchandra Saikia, an expert in agricultural economics who is also the program supervisor of KVC Tibrugarh’s RAW EP, is in the agricultural and related sectors from production, processing and marketing.
Kendra’s community science expert Sangeeta Bora Saikia also took this opportunity to speak. A total of 34 agricultural students from Assam Agricultural University in Jorhat participated in the all-day workshop.
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