BGSBU holds training programme for rural women

BGSBU holds training programme for rural women

The training program was conducted with to make them women self-sufficient. Tilak Raj Sharma briefed the participants about vermi-composting and its benefit.

A one day exposure visit-cum-training program was organized by the Centre for Biodiversity Studies, Baba Ghulam Shah Badshah University  under the project ‘Socio-economic upliftment of the rural women belonging to Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe communities of Dhanore village’.

The programme was sponsored by department of Biotechnology, New Delhi in which 25 rural women of Dhanore village were imparted training on vermi-composting in the farm of Tilak Raj Sharma, a progressive farmer of Dhangri village of Rajouri.

The training program was conducted with to make them women self-sufficient. Tilak Raj Sharma briefed the participants about vermi-composting and its benefit.

Dr. Shreekar Pant, Principal Investigator of the project gave a detailed overview of different training modules under the project.

The participants were advised  for mushroom cultivation, floriculture and medicinal plant cultivation throughout the year.

Participants were accompanied by Diksha Khajuria and Nazia Parveen, research scholars of the project.