Bihar, Feb 9
In Bihar, three-day Krishi Kumbh is being organised in Motihari today. Over fifteen thousand farmers across different states and about two hundred agricultural scientists are participating in the Kumbh.
This is the largest Krishi Kumbh of Eastern India. The Governor Lalji Tandon and Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh will jointly inaugurate this Krishi Kumbh.
The objective of Krishi Kumbh is to promote modern techniques and diversification in agriculture that could help in doubling farmers income. About two hundred different stalls in the fair will inform farmers about modern agricultural technologies.
There will be 14 technical sessions during three day Krishi Kumbh in which there will be direct dialogue among agriculture scientists, experts and farmers. This Kumbh will be meeting point for policymakers, government, media, industries and other stakeholders to share knowledge discuss problems and presenting solutions for geometric progression growth of the agriculture in India.
In addition, it will also realize the needs and challenges of the agriculture industry and joining hands together to find revolutionary solutions for these problems.