Progressive Farming Seminar
Shri Venkateshwara University / VGI Meerut in collaboration with Union Bhartiya Kisan (Meerut Division) is organizing a one-day seminar on Progressive Agriculture and Farmer-Based Development on November 3rd. In this seminar, Minister of National Organization of All India Farmers Organization, Mr. Dinesh Kulkarni, Padamshree Mr. Bharat Bhushan Tyagi and State Minister of Agriculture, Mr. Baldev Singh Aulakh, will participate in the event.Besides these renowned agricultural scientists, environmentalists, bureaucrats and 400 progressive farmers from different parts of the country will participate in the event.The Kisan The exhibition illustrating the equipment and seeds used for agriculture advanced biology will be the main attraction.More than a dozen researchers from Pantnagar University, Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel University and other research institutes will present their research papers.Dr. Rajiv Tyagi Pro-Chancellor Shri Venkateshwara University & Dr Kuldeep Kumar Provincial GS Bhartiya Kisan Union (Meerut Division) shared his at a joint press conference. Dr Sudhir Giri President Venkateshwara Group, Dr Raji v Tyagi, Dr. Kuldeep Kumar, BKU Organization Minister Mr. Sunil Kumar and Dr. Mahesh Kumar Whites opened the press conference by lighting a lamp to Goddess Saraswati.In his speech, Dr. Sudhir Giri claimed that the farmer is the soul and backbone of development. It is an honor to respect the breadwinner. Attendees included Pro VC Dr Rakesh Yadav, Registrar Dr Piyush Pandey, Program Coordinator Dr Rajesh Singh and Dr CP Singh. Meerut Campus Principal, Dr. Pratap Singh, Alka Singh, Arun Goswami, Varsha Yadav, Braj Pal Singh, Dr. Sanjai Tiwari and the media in charge, Mr. Vishwas Rana among others.
Rajabpur, NH-24, Venkateshwara Nagar, Gajraula, Uttar Pradesh
The university is located in Gajraula, Dist. Amroha, Uttar Pradesh to promote excellence in higher education and provide equal access to values education to the rural population for a vibrant and inclusive society through the creation and dissemination of knowledge.
The university campus spanning over 60 acres is lush, serene, pollution-free and quiet, providing an impressive ambience for the dedicated and engaged academic and research communities.
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