‘In last three- years, agriculture sector got tremendous boast’
Shri Radha Mohan Singh, Union Minister of Agriculture Research and Farmers welfare inaugurated four day mega exhibition at SKICC, Srinagar, with an objective of promoting Agriculture Research, Science , Technology, Research, Development, Information Technology, Communication, Biotechnology, Industrial Development, Innovation, Crafts, Culture and Government Schemes and programmes.
While speaking on the occasion, Singh said the event is designed for mass welfare, enlighten the future makers and uplifts the unprivileged.
“Rise in Kashmir 2017” is a platform for science and technology lovers, Farmers, Traders, industrialists and students to interact with policy makers, scientists and researchers to give a glimpse of experiments, researches in the various fields.
The union minister was accompanied by Shamsher Singh Manhas MP Rajya Sabha. “The exhibition will transfer the technological know- how and innovation to the visitors which is the need of the hour,” Manhas said.
ISRO (Indian Space Research Organization), ICAR (Indian Council of Agriculture Research), Ministry of Railways, Ministry of AYUSH, ICMR (Indian Council Of Medical Research), CSIR (Council of Scientific and Industrial Research),ICAR(Indian Council of Agriculture Research) and many more institutions participated in the event.
“Our vision is to create an interactive platform and multiply the messages for development of the society. We intend to uplift the section from the grassroots” says Anand Pal President Sansa Foundation, adding, “not only we are spreading science amongst the masses but Tourism, Railways, Agriculture, Medical, Skill Development, Handloom and Handicrafts,” he said.
We at Sansa Foundation are also promoting knowledge, ethnic supremacy and mesmerizing tourist spots which will help in economically upliftment of the country.
To encourage the young minds, a pavilion has been set up, where students from various schools have displayed their innovative models and ideas.