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JAMMU: In a programme to benefit farmers from SC community of villages Qutab Nizam, Ban Sultan, Jinder Melu and Shergarh, SKUAST-Jammu organizes a Training-cum- Field Day under Schedule Caste Sub Plan in Paddy at Conference Hall, Main Campus, Chatha.Vice Chancellor, Prof. J.P. Sharma was the Chief Guest of the event and while interacting, he invited the farmers to visit the University during the upcoming Kissan Mela to be organized by the university from March 16- 20, 2021 at Chatha.Prof. Sharma was accompanied by Director Research cum Registrar Dr. Jag Paul Sharma, Associate Director Research Dr. Pradeep Wali , Dr. A.K. Sharma, Chief Scientist, WMRC, Dr. B.C. Sharma, Prof. and Head (Agronomy) and Dr. Amrish Vaid, Head, Mega Seed Project.During the programme, storage bins, tarpaulins and umbrellas were distributed among the beneficiaries of this project.Dr. Anuradha Saha, Senior Scientist and Incharge of the scheme presented a detailed outline of this project and the farmers also presented their views about the scheme.Scientists namely Dr. Vijay Bharti, Dr. V.B. Singh and Dr. Bhupesh Kumar also delivered lectures on different aspects of rice production.The event was also attended by scientists working in AICRP (Rice) and Division of Plant Breeding and Genetics.
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