In-Clove Skills Training for Rural Program Caste Youth begins at KVK-Khordha

Bubanswar-Krishna Vigian Kendra-Kurda, Odisha today launched a five-day capacity building training program for Terasel Gourd Polyplant Production. Receiving the event, KSK-Khordha Head and Coordinator of the Training Program, Dr. SSGry, highlighted the objectives and scope of capacity building training for youth empowerment and self-employment. At the opening of the training program, the guest of honor, Dr. Ske Swine, Director of the ICAR-Central Fresh Water Aquaculture Institute, praised the initiative taken by Bubanevar and assured the participants of the technical support from ICAR-CIFA. Farmers in Korada woredas want to adopt advanced agricultural technologies. ICAR-CIFA Chief Executive Officer BK Sinha addressed the trainees. With the availability of adequate planting materials and increased farm income, Sri AKAS, a subject matter specialist, and the course program director said. Knowledge of Icar-scientists, Orisa University of Agriculture and Technology, line departments and progressive farmers will be drawn for the training and vulnerability of the youth. Mr. S. Singing (SMS), Dr. Beke Banja (SMS), Mr. PR Saho (SMS), Ms. Behera (SMS), Dr. H. Nayak (SMS) and Mrs. G / Banja (AO) KVK- Khordha participated in the opening program. A total of 10 rural youths have joined the KVK-Khordha, Kausalyaganga, Bhubaneswar in compliance with the COVID-19 protocol.


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