illiterate women will also be able to study in the university

illiterate women will also be able to study in the university

A big initiative is going to be taken in the state’s Agra University and Agriculture University Meerut to advance illiterate women and make them self-reliant. Both these universities will provide certificates to illiterate women while teaching them. A college will be prepared for this in Agra which will be affiliated to Agra University. Agra University will give certificates to the women studying here. Courses related to agriculture will also be started in Meerut’s Agricultural University campus. On Sunday, Chancellor Anandiben Patel shared the said scheme on the topic of ‘Employment from Skill for Women Empowerment’ at Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel Agricultural University. He said that women who are illiterate and want to do something should be promoted by the university. The Chancellor said that in Agra University, illiterate women will get training in art related to glass and its certificate will be given by Agra University. He also asked the Vice-Chancellor of Agricultural University Prof. KK Singh to start a special course for illiterate women associated with agriculture. The Chancellor said that these certificate courses of three to six months duration would be to hone the skills of women and take them forward.

West UP got bio control lab

18 districts of Meerut, Bareilly, Saharanpur and Moradabad divisions got Bio Control Lab on Sunday. The Chancellor inaugurated this lab prepared at a cost of four crores in the Agricultural University. In this bio-control lab with ten laboratories, four classrooms, a conference room and a training hall, farmers will get the option of pest control in crops without pesticides. Such bio-agents will be developed in the lab, which will not allow insects to flourish if sprinkled in the crop. Amidst the wild use of pesticides, this lab is a great gift for the farmers of West UP. The Agricultural University has also got three drones which will be helpful in changing the face of agriculture.

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