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Capacity building event for SC/ST women organized
2/17/2017 10:16:58 PM
Early Times Report

Rajouri, Feb 17: Department of Biotechnology, New Delhi in collaboration with Centre for Biodiversity sponsored one day capacity building programme for the rural women belonging to Schedule Tribe / Schedule Caste communities at Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University (BGSBU) at Rajouri. The event under the project 'Socio-Economic Upliftment of the Rural Women' (SC/ST category) was aimed at upgrading their existing traditional skills and to promote new skills among the rural women.
Principle investigator of the project, Dr Shreekar Pant highlighted the importance of Vermi-composting over traditional farm yard manure. Participating rural women from village Dhanor (Rajouri) were given live demonstration of turning and segregation of Vermi-composting. Dr. Pant also highlighted the importance of such low cost effective and environmental friendly technology in today's life which can uplift their livelihood by adapting such important method.
Dr. Susheel Verma co-Principal Investigator of the project also addressed the trainees and highlighted the importance of such technology in improving the quality of life in rural communities. Faculty members and students also participated in the event.
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