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    National Seminar on Value Addition Inaugurated at JNKVV

    Value addition is must to save farming


    Dr. Gyanendra Singh, Former Director, CIAE, Bhopal and Former Vice Chancellor, Chitrakoot Gramodaya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Chitrakoot who has commendable job in organizing rural sector in different capacity was the chief guest of the function. Dr. R.T. Patil, Former Director, Central Institute of Post Harvest Technology, Ludhiana and extensively worked for enhancing profits of farmers as officiating Director and as NGO and is still in action.

    Hon’ble Vice chancellor Prof. V.S. Tomar has been an inspiration in planning and executing the idea of conducting this seminar. Dean, Faculty of Agriculture Dr. S.K. Rao and Director Extension Service Dr. P.K. Mishra gave valuable suggestion and direction to improve the value during value addition.    

    Introducing Seminar Dr. G.S. Rajput, Dean, College of Agricultural Engineering welcomed guests. Eleven Lead speaker – four Technical sessions, one poster session with poster papers from M.P. , U.P. , Maharashtra, Tamil Nadu, New Delhi constituted seminar. The main theme of seminar was to enhance profitability in agriculture through value addition. Dr. Sheela Pandey conducted the sessions and Dr. R.K. Nema proposed vote of thanks to everybody.

    The Important factors and issues were  

    • Processing of field and horticultural crops at the farm yard before they come to market to fetch more prices.
    • Food processing and new eatable products which can be prepared at village level to benefit farmers and the villagers.
    • Storage, packaging, and marketing of agricultural and horticultural crops with value addition.
    • Problem and prospects of entrepreneurship in value addition for benefit of the farmers.
    A proceeding of the seminar was also released during inaugural session which contains lead papers being presented during two days deliberations and abstracts of 86 poster paper accepted for this seminar.

    Welcome to JNKVV, Jabalpur

    Located in the heart of India, named after the architect of modern India, Pt. Jawaharlal Nehru, a multi-campus University, Jawaharlal Nehru Krishi Vishwa Vidyalaya (JNKVV) was inaugurated by the then Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Smt. Indira Gandhi on October 2, 1964.

    At present, the University is serving 25 districts of the State through five College of Agriculture and one College of Agricultural Engineering; one Horticulture Vocational Training Institute;  one Dryland Horticulture Research and Training Centre four Zonal Agricultural Research Stations; four Regional Agricultural Research Stations; four Agricultural Research Stations, and 20 Krishi Vigyan Kendras (Farm Science Centre).  

    The University occupies an area of about 1,554 ha and represents a well knit and action oriented network of research and education centres in agriculture and allied fields in the State. In more than four decades of existence, a sound infrastructure and human resources  have been developed to address emerging technological challenges of agriculture.

    JNKVV, one time biggest agricultural university in Asia, has produced competent human resource for managing the activities of agriculture and allied sectors and also played a pivotal role in the growth and development of agriculture in the State. Need based research and its dissemination to the peasantry have led to all round improvement in productivity of agriculture, that reflects with 18% growth in the sector of agriculture in the State during last year