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Dhanuka Agritech And SKRAU Bikaner Join Forces For Agricultural Innovation

As part of their commitment, the company offered university students scholarships, internships, and employment opportunities

By signing a number of Memorandums of Understanding with organisations committed to developing agriculture, Dhanuka Agritech has taken the initiative to strengthen its support of agricultural research and technology. The company’s commitment to helping farmers with essential components including soil health, seed quality, and cutting-edge agricultural practices is highlighted by the most recent Memorandum of Understanding with SKRAU Bikaner.


Arun Kumar, Vice Chancellor of SKRAU, Bikaner, and RG Agarwal, Chairman of Dhanuka Agritech, inked the agreement formally. In terms of cooperation, RG Agarwal emphasised the vital elements of contemporary farming, including plant protection, high-quality seeds, improved soil fertility, water conservation, and agricultural expertise.

He emphasised the joint efforts of the university and Dhanuka Group to create an excellent agricultural hamlet. The corporation committed to providing scholarships, internships, and job opportunities to college students.


SKRAU’s Research Director, Prakash Singh Shekhawat, was upbeat about the Memorandum of Understanding, saying it will greatly increase agricultural research and expansion efforts. Arun Kumar gave a presentation during the ceremony on how the partnership will guarantee the supply of vital agricultural medicines through channels outside of the institution and improve understanding about appropriate plant protection methods.

The Memorandum of Understanding would enable the transmission of agricultural research and development activities to farmers through Agriculture Science Centres (Krishi Vigyan Kendras) associated with the university, according to Ajit Singh Tomar, President of Research and Development at Dhanuka Agritech.

At the event, CP Sachan, a retired professor from Chandrashekhar Azad Agriculture & Technology University in Kanpur, and Kamal Kumar, advisor to the Dhanuka Group, offered their perspectives and discussed the possible advantages of the MoU for farmers.


The SKRAU’s Director of Communication Education, Subhas Chandra, expressed gratitude and underlined the connection between village development and agricultural advancement. He pointed out that one of the main factors propelling general growth in rural regions is the wealth of farmers.


(Input from Planet Outlook)

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