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Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Sciences and Technology of Jammu (SKUAST-J) launched a groundbreaking two-day training program on wildlife health monitoring. Veterinary Doctors from Animal Husbandry, Sheep Husbandry, Zoo veterinarians post graduate scholars participated in the programme. Expert lectures were delivered by the distinguished scientists from USA, Central university and Wildlife Institute of India. The event, led under the dynamic guidance of the Honorable Vice-Chancellor, Prof. (Dr.) BN Tripathi, and graced by the esteemed presence of the Dean, FVSc & AH, marks a significant initiative to sensitize and set the tone for future wildlife health monitoring at the wildlife-domestic interface in Jammu and Kashmir.
Under the esteemed guidance of Prof. B.N Tripathi, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, Division of Agricultural Economics and ABM, SKUAST-Jammu in collaboration with Directorate of Horticulture Planning and Marketing, Jammu organized a two-day training program for Rural Business Service Hubs as part of Project No. 4 of Holistic Agriculture Development Programme entitled "Strengthening Agricultural Marketing in Union Territory of J&K".
Prof. B.N. Tripathi, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor SKUAST-Jammu inaugurated one day Rabi Kisan Mela at KVK Samba in the presence of Sh. Abhishek Sharma (IAS), Deputy Commissioner, Samba. The Theme of the Mela was “Diversified farming under rainfed ecosystem”. While speaking on the occasion, Prof. Tripathi emphasized upon the role of women in development of agriculture, especially in Kandi areas of Samba district. He highlighted the role of women for promoting diversification in agriculture through adoption of enterprises such as mushroom, beekeeping, vegetable, floriculture and value addition. He discussed the role of high-tech agriculture in enhancing the income from farming under changing climate scenario. He extended full support and cooperation from research and extension wing of the University to strengthen farmers of Kandi areas and women groups.
Two days training cum awareness programme on “Goat and Poultry rearing and management” was inaugurated under DBT-GOI funded project entitled “Socio-Economic Upliftment of Poor Farmers through Animal Husbandry using Scientific Interventions in Jammu Province” at Division of Veterinary Pharmacology & Toxicology, F.V.Sc & A.H, R.S.Pura, SKUAST-Jammu.
SKUAST-Jammu, under the guidance of Prof. B. N. Tripathi, Hon’ble Vice-Chancellor and supervision of Prof. Rajesh Katoch, Dean, F.V.Sc &A.H, R S Pura conducted 23rd Institutional Animal Ethics Committee (IAEC) meeting at Faculty of Veterinary Sciences & Animal Husbandry, R. S. Pura, (J&K).
SKUAST-Jammu, under the guidance of Prof. B. N. Tripathi, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor, organized a counseling session on Need and Importance of Counselling...
Prof. B. N. Tripathi, Hon’ble Vice Chancellor SKUAST-Jammu made his maiden visit to Advanced Centre of Rainfed Agriculture, Rakh Dhiansar along with Dr. Anil Kumar, Dean Faculty of Agriculture, Dr. Vikas Tandon, Dean Faculty of Horticulture & Forestry and Dr. Mahital Jamwal, Associate Director Research, SKUAST-Jammu During the visit to ACRA Dhiansar, Dr A. P Singh, Incharge, ACRA welcomed the Hon’ble Vice Chancellor and other accompanying statutory officers of the university. He further briefed the Vice Chancellor about the ongoing station activities including different projects and experiments being carried out at research station.
6 th J&K Agricultural Science Congress concluded today at Sher-e-Kashmir University of Agricultural Science and Technology - Jammu. The Congress was organized in collaboration with J&K Science, Technology and Innovation Council, Department of Science & Technology, UT of J&K. The main theme of the Congress was “Diversification of Agriculture for Self-Reliant Mountain Agro-Ecology”. Professor B. N. Tripathi, the Vice Chancellor of SKUAST-Jammu, graced the valedictory function as the Chief Guest.
Eminent scientists and researchers from across the country to discuss various aspects of Diversification of Agriculture for Self-Reliant Mountain Agro-Ecology during the 3-day conference