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Maharashtra Govt Approved Food Tech College in Yavatmal

Maharashtra state government has approved setting up of a food technology college in Yavatmal. The intake capacity of the college will be 40 students. It will be affiliated to Dr Panjabrao Deshmukh Krishi Vidyapeeth (PDKV), Akola.
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Karnataka Urged Centre to Set Up Central Agri Varsity in Raichur

The Karnataka government urged the Centre to set up a central agriculture university in Raichur, which is one of the most backwards districts in the Karnataka state.
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Across Maharashtra, Agri Colleges to Come Under Fee Body's Ambit

The Maharashtra state has witnessed a surge in aspirants for agricultural academic programmes, even as bumper harvests and low prices plunge farmers across Maharashtra into distress.
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In Maharashtra, Agri Courses Get 25% More Applicants

The Maharashtra state has witnessed a surge in aspirants for agricultural academic programmes, even as bumper harvests and low prices plunge farmers across Maharashtra into distress.
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To Meet Industry Need, OUAT to Revamp Course

With an aim to meet the industry requirement, the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) will revamp its curriculum.
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CCEA Approved Rs 2,225Cr Fund To Strengthen Higher Agri Education

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the continuation of the Three Year Action Plan (2017-2020) of the scheme for Agricultural Education Division and ICAR Institutes
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Approval for 3 Year Action Plan of Agricultural Education Division & ICAR Institutes

The Union Cabinet chaired by Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi has approved the continuation of the Three Year Action Plan (2017-2020) of the scheme for Agricultural Education Division and ICAR Institutes
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Agriculture Admission process begins at TNAU

The admission process for filling up 3,422 seats in 12 agriculture courses in Tamil Nadu Agricultural University’s colleges and its affiliated institutions would begin on May 18 with the issue of applications.
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B.Sc. Agriculture students cultivate paddy crop in college campus

A group of 150 students of the third year B.Sc. Agriculture of Adhiparasakthi Agricultural College, Kalavai raised paddy crops on about three acres under a crop production course programme on the campus.
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Odisha CM Interacts With Students in OUAT.

The foundation stone of various infrastructure projects in the Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology (OUAT) laid by Chief minister Naveen Patnaik. He inaugurated the new class room and examination hall of college of forestry.
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6 New Colleges Opened in CAU, Imphal

All courses upto Agricultural Graduate are being linked with employment and are being made profession oriented and this will be a big help for the students in earning their livelihood, said Shri Radha Mohan Singh, The Union Minister of Agriculture and Farmers Welfare.
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Agri Engineering College Will Begin in Vijayapura

From the next academic year, an agriculture engineering college will start functioning on the agriculture college premises at Hittanahalli, said D.P. Biradar, Vice-Chancellor, University of Agriculture Sciences, Dharwad.
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Agricultural College Inaugurated at RARS

The newly set-up Agricultural College on the premises of Regional Agriculture Research Station (RARS) at Mulugu road in Warangal formally launched by K Srihari, The Deputy Chief Minister.
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Agricultural colleges to get a major infrastructural boost

Due to sanctioning of a slew of project under the National Bank for Agriculture and Rural Development (Nabard)- Rural Infrastructure Development Fund (RIDF), agricultural education is all set to get a major infrastructural boost. Due to job security and opportunities for research, agriculture courses continue to be in demand.
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For Trials of GM Crops Centre Thinking about Agri University Farms.

The central regulator on transgenic organisms Genetic Engineering Appraisal Committee (GEAC) of the environment ministry has proposed to tap farms of select agriculture universities as many states resist scientific field trials of genetically modified (GM) crops apprehending environmental risk to flora and fauna. For this purpose as a national coordinated project under strict supervision of experts.
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Agriculture College: SVPUAT Gets Rs. 5.50 Crore to Establish Library

The long-pending demand by Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel University of Agriculture and Technology (SVPUAT) of having a central library was met by the state government. Rs 2 crore has been sanctioned by the state government to build a library, while Rs 3.5 crore has been allocated to set up a food engineering college on the campus, said university authorities.
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Agri College News: Department of Agriculture Investigates Sickies.

The Department of Agriculture has pinpointed its high number of sickies as a significant challenge going into 2016. The organisation had launched an investigation into why it ranked so badly, with some reports in the past year saying it was the third-worst in the public service for unscheduled absences, according to department's 2014-15 annual report. The report also says investigating the causes was a difficult task because of Agriculture's diverse workforce, which included biosecurity officers, meat inspectors, veterinary officers and staff located in overseas offices who had complex attendance patterns.
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Agriculture Campus News: Government of India Sponsored Program for Women Scientist

Government of India sponsored “Advanced Techno-Management Program for Women Scientists” which will held from 31 August, 2015 to 2 October 2015 at administrative staff college of India, Bella Vista, Hyderabad.

Department of Science and Technology (DST), Government of India under the plan scheme “DISHA Program for Women in Science” is offering a series of unique Management Development Programs (MDPs) for Women scientists/technologists working in the Government sector including S & T Institutions, R & D Laboratories and Autonomous Bodies.

Administrative Staff College of India (ASCI) is organizing some of these programs. Prominent amongst them is the 5 week training program on Advanced Techno Management, which is offered to a Women Scientist only once in her career.

The Program is scheduled to take place from 31st august 2015 to 2nd October 2015. The program is fully residential and the participants will be accommodated in singal air-conditioned rooms in the Bella Vista campus of the college at Hyderabad. Transportation from and to airport/railway station will be arranged by the college. Participants are required to carry a copy of their medical insurance that if valid at Hyderabad.

Source: Administrative Staff College of India
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