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11 Mar, 2024

Ct University Ignites Agricultural Insights: Expert Talk on Crop Residue Management

In a proactive endeavour to enhance knowledge and awareness about sustainable agricultural practices, the Department of Agriculture & Natural Sciences at CT University organized an enlightening Expert Talk on 'Crop Residue Management.' The session was conducted by Mr. Jobandeep Singh, an esteemed Agriculture Development Officer from Block & District Sri Muktsar Sahib.

The main aim of the event was to engage individuals from farming backgrounds, providing them with valuable insights into the latest developments in agricultural techniques and environmental conservation.

Mr. Jobandeep Singh, Agriculture Development Officer, shared his extensive knowledge and practical experiences in Crop Residue Management, offering a comprehensive perspective on the challenges and opportunities in the field.

The talk saw active participation from Agriculture & Environment Science students, as well as attendees from farming backgrounds, creating an interactive platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences. Students had the opportunity to delve into the intricacies of Crop Residue Management, gaining practical insights crucial for sustainable farming practices.


Kaur Deol, Head, Dept. of Agriculture and Natural Sciences, CT University, said, “We are thrilled to host Mr. Jobandeep Singh, whose expertise has undoubtedly enriched our students and attendees with valuable insights into Crop Residue Management, empowering our students to be at the forefront of sustainable agricultural practices."

Mr. Jobandeep Singh, Agriculture Development Officer, said, “Crop Residue Management is a critical aspect of modern agriculture, and it's heartening to see the interest and dedication of the students and participants toward sustainable farming practices."

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