The University of Agricultural University of Punjab began its consultation process on Monday to receive undergraduate degrees.
Five years of integrated MSC courses, such as physics chemistry, zoology and botany, and BSc social sciences, took a few. All 38 seats are occupied by BSC (Honor) Agriculture, 30 Vegetables, 19 Agricultural Trade, 30 Food Technology and 30 BSC Bio-Technology.
Counseling for the general quota will continue on Tuesday, and counseling for the reserved quota will take place on Wednesday.
A seminar was held on crop residue management
The PAU Department of Extension Education has organized a traveling seminar on crop residues management supported by the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (NABARD).
Thirty farmers from different villages in Moga woreda attended a presentation by scientists on the latest crop management.
The head of the Department of Extension Education, Kuldep Singh, informed farmers of the negative effects of incineration and advised them to adopt crop residual technologies in their fields.
The main rice producer is R.S. Gill urges farmers to adopt short-term pads for better pad management in their fields.
Senior Extension Scientist Darmander Singh, sharing project activities, suggested that farmers buy farm machinery in groups and use these in collaboration.
Arshedep Singh, scientist, agricultural machinery and energy engineering department, in-depth knowledge of crop residual management technologies such as Happy Sower, Extreme Seed, PAU Super SMS System, Malcher, Mold Plaster Plow, etc.