Farmers will learn the tricks of farming in a scientific way, Rabi Festival cum training workshop will be organized in Bhabua

Farmers will learn the tricks of farming in a scientific way, Rabi Festival cum training workshop will be organized in Bhabua

To teach the farmers of Kaimur district how to do farming in a scientific way, Rabi Festival cum training workshop will be organized at the district headquarters on 21st October. District level training workshop will be organized in the auditorium of Lichchavi Bhawan located at the district headquarters.

In this regard, Project Deputy Director of District Agricultural Technology Development Agency, Aatma, Naveen Kumar said that the farmers of the district would be given information through Rabi Festival cum training workshop to get better production of Rabi crops in the district.

Project Deputy Director informed that district level training workshop will be organized on October 21. The date has been fixed from 25 October to 8 November for organizing the training workshop at the block level. Apart from the information related to Rabi crops, information about the schemes run by the Agriculture Department will also be made available by the scientists by organizing the program at the block headquarters as per the scheduled date. So that they can get the benefits of important welfare schemes run by the government for the farmers. He informed that various agricultural machines are also being made available to the farmers at subsidized rates by the government for doing technology based farming. This information will also be made available to the farmers through training workshop. The government is also providing grants to the registered farmers by giving them the benefits of various schemes.

The program will be held in the blocks of the district on the following date -

Nuaon - 25 October

Kudra - 26 October

Chainpur- 27 October

Moon - October 28

Adhaura - 29 October

Bhagwanpur - 30 October

Rampur - 31 October

Bhabua - 1 November

Mohaniya - 6 November

Ramgarh - 7 November

Durgavati - November 8

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