Nainital: Some time ago Agricultural and Inwayrmentl Technology Development Society concluded the two-day conference Monday organized in collaboration with the Department of Geography of Uttarakhand and DSB campus. Scientists emphasized on organic farming instead of chemical fertilizers. On the second day, 450 researchers from different countries presented papers. Kumaon's second day of the seminar in the Hermitage complex auditorium of University scientists briefed him avoid having to protect, secure gene bank of seeds of different species and extinct them. The speakers also taught the tricks to increase the income of farmers by cultivating medicinal plants. The chief guest of the closing ceremony, Prof. BL Sah, HRDC Director of Kumaon University, described the seminar as important.
According to the sources, the lecture given by the President of the Agricultural and Environmental Technology Development Society, Dr. C.P. Singh, in this international seminar with the aim of promoting Hindi was appreciated. In the end, Organizing Secretary Dr. Wajid Hasan thanked everyone. Dr. PC Chaniyal, Prof. DK Singh, Prof. Amar P. Khagaj, etc. 1200 participants from abroad and participated in the seminar.
VC Prof. Had Rana Lifetime Achievement Award: Chancellor Prof. Nainital seminars. KS Rana was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award for best practices in the field of environment. Apart from this, in the seminar, Distinguished Research Award to Dr. Umanath, National Fellowship Award to Dr. PC Chanyal, Best Biotechnology Award to Dr. VC Sharma, Scientist Award to Ajit Kumar Sharma and Dr. Jamil Akhtar, Best Ph.D. Research Award to Researcher Umanaz was awarded.