RANGPUR, Experts of the Department of Agriculture Extension (DAE) have called upon the Agriculturists to play their due role for increasing crops production to achieve sustainable national food security.
They viewed this at concluding session of the threeday orientation
training organised by the DAE's regional office at its conference room on
Monday for newly appointed 30 agriculture extension officers of the 35th and
36th BCS (agriculture) cadre.
Earlier, Director of Field Service Wing (FSW) of the DAE Agriculturist
Dr Md Abdul Muyeed formally inaugurated the threeday orientation training
programme on Saturday as the chief guest.
Rangpur Regional Additional Director Agriculturist Md Shah Alam presided
over the inaugural function.
Director of the Training Wing of the DAE Agriculturist Nittya Ranjan
Biswas attended the concluding function as the chief guest with its Deputy
Director of the DAE at its Rangpur regional office Agriculturist Md
Moniruzzaman in the chair.
High officials and experts of regional and district level agriculture
departments and organisations addressed during the sessions of the training
Principal of Tazhat Agriculture Training Institute (ATI) Agriculturist
Mohammad Ali, Deputy Director of the DAE for Rangpur Agriculturist Dr Md
Sarwarul Alam addressed the concluding session as special guests.
The experts discussed on managements of fertilisers, seed, pesticides,
quarantine, plant protection, crop wings, seed certification agency,
agriculture information service and agricultural activities conducted by
different departments and organisations.
Agriculturist Nittya Ranjan Biswas called upon the newly appointed
agriculture extension officers for knowing about periphery of their works and
responsibilities, activities of different departments and organisations under
the Ministry of Agriculture.
Agriculturist Md Moniruzzaman suggested the newly appointed agriculture
extension officers for applying their academic knowledge as per requirements
and providing instant solutions to farmers for the agriculture related
problems at the field levels.
Source: Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha (BSS)