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    Balanced & Integrated Nutrient Management is Important for Sustainable Agriculture: K.S. Raju

  • Date : 01 December, 2021

     Many eminent personalities including K.S. Raju, Chairman, Fertiliser Association of India (FAI) participated in the seminar and delivered his speech. He welcomed everyone and thanked government officials for their tireless efforts towards this sector throughout the year in addressing the issues.

    He also highlighted that during Covid-times, the government has responded well by enhancing subsidies and thereby resolved the problem of high-cost of fertilizers. He said, Indian agriculture continues to face a number of challenges, it suffers from low-crop productivity, low-nutrient & water use efficiency, inefficient use of Agri inputs, etc”.

    At last, he suggested balanced & integrated nutrient managementwater managementan appropriate cropping system, and better agricultural practices in achieving the national goal of sustainable agriculture along with the optimum use of natural resources.  

    About K.S Raju:

    Apart from being the Chairman of The Fertiliser Association of India (FAI), K.S. Raju is also the Chairman of the Nagarjuna Group, Hyderabad. He completed his Mechanical Engineering from the University of Mysore in 1973 and embarked on the project which his father and he had initiated together-Nagarjuna Steels Limited. This project gave further impetus to the development of industry in the state of Andhra Pradesh

    K.S. Raju’s ability to initiate new projects proved to be a vital tool for success. He provided successful business leadership for the start-up, before being called on to take the Group’s most critical role in its history -that of the leadership for the Group’s fertilizer project Nagarjuna Fertilizers and Chemicals Limited at Kakinada during its most challenging phase. He encouraged the Group’s foray into core sectors and structuring of businesses to meet the customer’s needs

    Apart from promoting business, he has always been proactive in supporting community development activities in areas of environment, health, education, and income generation to community asset creation. He has served on the Boards of Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, and Court of Governors-University of Hyderabad as the Chairman of National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chennai. He is one of the Founder, Trustees of Nandi Foundation, Hyderabad.

    Source: Krishi Jahran



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



19 Dec 2021

One Size Fits All Will Not Work, Indian Agriculture Needs Decentralised Farm Reforms

There is consensus that Indian agriculture is in desperate need of reforms. These reforms are necessary for farm incomes to rise. If farmers in Malwa (Madhya Pradesh) or Doaba (Punjab) region have a speci