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Use abilities to increase revenue: Guv to BAU

um-Chancellor of Universities Dr Syed Ahmed said on Wednesday that the Birsa Agricultural University should use its technical abilities and labour to increase its revenue. In a one-to-one meeting with BAU VC George John and senior officials at Raj ... New Delhi Pioneer, 4 weeks ago

Universities in Nagaland

Global Open University located at Dimapur (Nagaland), offers distance learning education in a number of vocational and job oriented courses.Institute of Chartered Financial Analysts of India (ICFAI) University, Dimapur (Nagaland)- admission, ...
 24Dunia1 week ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Meet to boost farmer skills

BAU VC George John at the seminar in Ranchi on Friday. Picture by Prashant Mitra To change the present agricultural scenario of the state for the better, identification of a game-changing situation for benefit of poor farmers and focusing on ...
 Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago

Dry land has potential to feed population: Reddy

Principal Scientist, Horticulture, CRIDA (Central Research Institute for Dry land Agriculture), Hyderabad, Dr N N Reddy today said that the vast area of dry land in the country has the potential to feed the growing population in future. Speaking ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago

Jharkhand to get Agricultural Research Institute soon

will soon get an Agricultural Research Institute on the lines of Indian Agricultural Research Institute (PUSA) near New Delhi. It will be the second such premier institute in the country. Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh while talking ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Jharkhand braces for last chill of the season

RANCHI: People across the state have been asked by the state Met office to brace themselves for a wintery chill that is expected to last for 48 hours, owing to cloud formation over the state since Wednesday night. "A western disturbance has led to ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Researchers call for National Institute of Entomology

d and young entomologists have demanded a National Institute of Entomology in the country. The need is felt for carrying out proper research in the field of entomology or insect science. The issue was discussed during the inaugural ceremony of ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
The Telegraph

Tips for farmers to fight erratic winter

The continuous fluctuation in the minimum temperature and unpredictable weather conditions in the state over the past week has led Birsa Agricultural University (BAU), Ranchi, to come up with an advisory, asking farmers to take special care of all standing ...
 The Telegraph3 weeks ago

Chill in air likely to continue

of ongoing winter is likely to end by the mid-February. Meteorologists predicted there will be a rise of around one to two degrees in the next one week. The prediction is made on the basis of decreasing flow of north western winds across the ...
 New Delhi Pioneer3 weeks ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Ex-forest official is new JPSC chief

Raghubar Das Ranchi, Jan. 23: The state cabinet today decided to appoint Dhirendra Kumar Shrivastava as the next chairman of Jharkhand Public Service Commission (JPSC) in place of former IAS Debashish Gupta, who will be completing his tenure by ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
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