Providing training to farmers


January 15 Dhankuta .Nepal NewsCenter Correspondent

In order to make the farmers entrepreneurial entrepreneurs, 3 day training process has been completed after the production of vegetable crops in Sidhwa, Chhatharjorepati village Municipality.

The training was organized by the Prime Minister’s Agriculture Modernization Project Vegetable Zone Sidhuwa Dhankuta. According to Devendra Shahu, Head of Vegetable Zone, Sidhuwa, the participants provided training on the quality of pickle making, how to market the pickled pickles in the training which was conducted for three days.Ranjan Singh played the role of instructor in the training which lasted for three days.

According to Mekh Bahadur Khadka, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vegetable Zone, Sidhuwa Dhankuta, a recommendation can be made for a 50 percent grant program to farmers who apply the knowledge and skills learned in the training. Khadka urged the Chairman of the Board of Directors of Vegetable Zone Sidhuwa Dhankuta, as the vegetable zone Sidhwa was ready for the commercialization of the commodities produced by the farmers.

In the concluding program chaired by Devendra Sahu, Head of Vegetable Zone, Sidhuwa, Dhankuta, Chairman of Easy Savings and Loan Cooperative Sidhuwa, Timala Shrestha, member of Chhatharjorpati Village Municipality corporation, journalist Bidur Khawas and trainer Ranjan Singh were among the mentors and mentors.Landing in practice professional toward becoming stressed.The training was attended by 22 farmers from Mahalaxmi Municipality of Dhankuta and Chhatharjorpati Gaupalika.

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