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Krishi Vigyan Kendra, Ropar organized a programme in collaboration with Ambuja Cement Foundation on “ New Indian Manthan:Sankalp Se Siddhi”, as per directions from the Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi at village Lodhi Majra on 6th September 2017. About 300 farmers, farmwomen, youth, staff of various departments were participated in this programme. Various technologies pertaining to agriculture and allied fields were displayed to the participants along with relevant literature by the KVK, line departments, self help groups etc. Hon’ble Member of Legislative Assembly (Rupnagar), Punjab S. Amrjit Singh Sandhoa presided over the programme and administered a pledge to the participants to make a New India which is free from dirt, poverty, corruption, terrorism, communalism and casteism for development of the country as envisioned by the Hon’ble Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi. In his presidential address he encouraged the farmers to undertake the necessary actions for doubling the farmers’ income in 2022 and to achieve this dream of the Hon’ble Prime Minister. Dr Vipan Kumar Rampal, Deputy Director (T) KVK Ropar, elaborated the KVK activities and said KVK Ropar committed to conduct vocational trainings, transfer of technologies, on farm research and act as knowledge resource centre for the district farmers. He also highlighted the seven point strategies, vis a vis, focus on irrigation with adequate resource building, increase production through various methods, strengthening post harvest infrastructure, food processing, e-marketing, farmers loans, and subsidiary farming. Dr. Harinder Singh (Deputy Director), KVK Fatehgarh Sahib encouraged the farmers to form F.P.O., so that the income can be increased and they get suitable market price for their produce. Dr. Sanjeev Ahuja A.P. (Horticulture) encouraged the farmers to adopt kitchen garden for self sufficiency and nutrition. Dr. Ashok Kumar A.P. (Plant Pathology) advised the farmers for judicious and safe use of pesticides. He urged the farmers to adopt bio-control strategy for insect management and spray the crop only on appearance of threshold level of insect and diseases. Dr. Raman Karodia, Agriculture Officers, Ropar deliberated about the department schemes and residue management practices of paddy. Dr. Darshan Pal, Assistant Director (Horticulture) informed the schemes of the Horticulture department. Dr. Kahlon and Dr. Gurpreet Singh, Veterinary Officer encouraged the farmers to take advantage of the schemes run by the department and shared tips for the better health of the milch animals. A question answer session was also held in which farmers asked different question pertaining to the residue burning in paddy, attack of insect pest and diseases of paddy, soil testing. The various line departments and the Self Help Groups of the district also put an impressive exhibition and informed the farmers about their products and shared the agricultural knowledge. For the convenience of the farmers, winter vegetable kits and seeds of Toria etc. were also sold to the farmers. Farm literature was displayed for sale among the farmers. In the end, Dr. Opinder Singh, A.P(Soil Science) proposed the vote of thanks to the scientists and the farmers present on the occasion.
 
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