ZT News Network
Srinagar, July 10: 21 day-summer school on “Production and Post-production interventions to increase returns from livestock enterprises: A step towards doubling farmers’ income” held at FVSc & AH Shuhama in Kashmir culminated on Monday.
The summer school was sponsored by Indian Council of Agricultural Research New Delhi.
The Summer School was attended by Assistant Professors and Associate Professors from various Universities of Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Rajasthan, Punjab, Haryana, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh & J&K.
In his address Prof. Nazeer Ahmed Vice Chancellor, SKUAST-K congratulated the organizers for organizing the summer school on the pertinent topic and advised the participants to carry forward the knowledge and experience to their respective colleges and universities for the benefit of farmers, students and faculty members.
Earlier Course Director of the Programme Dr. Azmat Alam Khan welcomed the guests and presented the report of the summer school that comprised of lectures by the eminent scientists of SKUAST-K, invited lectures from experts outside the state, practical demonstration and field visits.
Director Education SKUAST-K, Prof Shakil Wani, Director Research, Prof M.Y. Zargar, Director Planning Dr Nazir Ahmed Ganai, Dean FVSc & AH, Prof Sarfaraz A Wani, various Heads of Divisions of FVSc & AH, Scientists, participants of summer school and students were present in the Valedictory session.
On the occasion, Vice-Chancellor distributed certificates of participation among the participants and release Training manual of Summer School. Prof M. Tufail Banday, Head Division of LPM proposed vote of thanks.