Organizing The 46Th Raising Day And Farmers' Symposium Of Seas Regional Campus- Icrc Central Sheep And Wool Research Institute, Bikaner

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Maru Regional Campus- IIT Central Institute of Central Sheep and Wool Research , Bikaner celebrated its 46th raising day on 4th April, 2019 with joy. A farmer-scientific seminar was organized on this occasion, in which about 250 farmers were given information on the proper feeding of sheep , health care and breeding related issues. On this occasion , a live animal exhibition of rugs of Magra , Marwari , Chokla and Avishan variety was also organized. An   exhibition was also organized from about ten research institutes in order to make Bhandpalco and farmers aware of scientific techniques of ICAR , in which farmers and women took part in increased participation. on this occasionThe main feed vegetation in the interest of Bedpalko the institute's found on the sheep in artificial insemination and desert area Pristhtki sheep   title released notebooks were . In addition   to this, plantation was done on Marwari sheep on the people with the intention of increasing awareness about tree plantation. On this occasion, the chief guest of the program Prof. (Dr.) Vishnu Sharma, Vice Chancellor , Rajuavas and SKRU addressed the farmers and the Bhad Pillars were encouraged to add mixed dry agriculture in which along with animal husbandry, along with horticulture and   agriculture, increased the income of the sheep . Dr. Ashok Kumar , Assistant Director General, Animal Health , ( ICAR) as a special guest in this program.  He appreciated the role of this institute in upgrading the varieties of sheep in the desert area and protecting the sheep from diseases and provided scientific information about the sheep better health management of the sheep. On this occasion,   Dr. Arun Kumar Tomar, Director , Central Institute of Sheep and Wool Research informed about the usefulness of the sheep and the sheep of different varieties in the desert area and in detail discussions about the increase in the productivity of sheep by scientific management of sheep. Of He underlined the role of the poor farmers in the permanent income of the families and emphasized the need to reach the various scientific techniques developed by the institute to the farmers. Apart from this, Dr PL Searz , director Central dry and horticultural institute, Bikaner gave farmers various varieties of horticultural crops such as pomegranate, Provided information about the berry. Along with this, Dr. Gopal Lal, Director , National Algebra Masala Research Center , Ajmer , Dr. R.K.Sawal , Director National Research Institute of Urology , Group Capt KS Shekhawat , Dr. S. Dahiya , Director , National Buffalo Research Institute, Hisar , Dr. NV Patil , Director Central Gao Research Center, Meerut and Dr. Vineet Bhasin Pradhan Scientist , ( ICAR) addressed the farmers. On this occasion, Dr. H.K. Nerula, Vice President of Muru Regional Campus  Underlining the contribution of the Institute for last 45 years, in the development, the sheep were informed about the quality of wool produced from different varieties of sheep like magara , Marwari , chokla. The scientific techniques developed by the Institute are contributing to increase the income by reaching Bhandapalaks through various projects to the sheep . The Chief Administrative Officer of the institute, Mr. Suresh Kumar thanked all the visiting guests and the farmers for giving thanks to the women and congratulated all the scientists , officers and employees of the Meru Regional Campus for the successful organizing of the Foundation Day. 

 

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