Bhopal, April 20. According to the information received from the Madhya Pradesh Public Relations Officer, Deputy Director cum Project Director “Atma” District Bhopal has told that by the Submission on Agricultural Extension “Atma” the indigenous course for agricultural input vendors and youth (Diploma in Agricultural Extension Services for Input Dealers) The fourth batch of DAESI) is to be started.
For this course, such youth whose minimum educational qualification is high school, they will be eligible for license after the course and will be able to start their business. For such agricultural input sellers who are not graduates in agriculture and chemistry, this course is mandatory for them so that they remain eligible for business license and can do business smoothly.
He told that the interested applicants can submit the prescribed fee and application to the office of Project Director “Atma District Bhopal during office hours.” On the basis of “first come, first serve” 40 trainees will be selected and the batch will be started. For more information, Senior Agriculture Development Officer / Development Block Technical Manager “Atma” can be contacted.
Distributed laptops to 17 differently-abled children under the Nishakt Protsahan Yojana
Laptops were distributed to 17 differently-abled students taking admission in Adarsh ITI and Gas Relief ITI in Social Justice and Disabled Welfare Office under the Nishak Protsahan Yojana.
In order to encourage children with disabilities to study under the Disabled Incentive Scheme, a laptop is given to a disabled student who has secured 50 percent and more marks in class IX on taking admission in 10th or taking admission in ITI. plan is.