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    Haryana Agricultural University’s business incubation centre wins national award

  • Date : 13 November, 2021

     Union Minister of State (MoS) for Food Processing Industries Prahlad Singh Patel presented this award to Vice Chancellor BR Kamboj at an award function held in New Delhi today.

    This award is an initiative of the Union Government, conceptualised to recognise central and state government agencies that contribute to giving a boost to agricultural growth of the country, enhance agricultural productivity, innovative process management and farmers empowerment, said Kamboj.

    Kamboj, who is also chairman of the ABIC, said the ABIC at HAU stood winner among business incubators in agriculture and allied sectors in the country in the category Award for Excellence in Multiple Incubation Centre. He said winning the award proved that the ABIC was not only the best emerging business incubator in India but it had also demonstrated that within a short span of two years, it has been successful in the promotion of innovation, entrepreneurship and incubation as well as providing employment to rural youth of the region.

    Source: The Tribune



Policies are responsible for poverty of farmers, India: Anil Ghanwat

27 Aug 2020

Mr Anil Ghanwat
President, Shetkari Sanghatana

Name : Mr Anil Ghanwat

Designation : President, Shetkari Sanghatana

Name : Dr Bindu R. Pillai

Designation : Acting Director and Head, Aquaculture Production and Environment Division, ICAR-Central Institute of Freshwater Aquaculture

Name : Dr O.P. Yadav

Designation : Director, ICAR-Central Arid Zone Research Institute, Jodhpur

Name : Ravishankar C.N.

Designation : Director, Central Institute of Fisheries Technology (ICAR-CIFT)

Name : Shubh Swain

Designation : Asst Director, Tata Cornell Institute, TARINA



13 Jul 2020

Uniting India's farmers: FPOs will strengthen the rural economy

The proposed creation of ten thousand new Farmers’ Producer Organizations (FPOs) until 2023-24 by the government is a big step in the right direction. The empowerment of farmers in a country where 86 perce