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Preserve Rural Water Resources for Natural Resource Conservation: Suresh Kumar at PAU Workshop

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Ludhiana, January 19, 2020 (Yes Punjab News)

A one day workshop on preservation of rural water resources like ponds etc for irrigation was held at Punjab Agricultural University today. The workshop was organized by International Project Trust, ‘Tigress’, between Cambridge University and PAU and International Crop Research Association.

The project will help strengthen the ancient water resources of Punjab and promote environment conservation. Discussions to plan the road map were held at the workshop. Shri Kumar in his address referred to the project as first of its kind in Punjab that will help revive old water resources so that they can be re used for irrigation.

PAU Vice Chancellor and Padam Shri awardee, Dr B.S. Dhillon pointed towards the growth of civilizations near rivers and water bodies since olden days. He stressed on the crucial need for preservation of water resources in agriculture intensive Punjab state.

He further opined that increasing population led to increase in crop cultivation but the erratic environment patterns have revived concerns in this regard.

Officers from Indian administrative Service, Smt Seema Jain and Kumari J Talwar said the brain storming at the workshop would be helpful in the ongoing government projects.

Presentations were given by Dr Adam Green and and Dr Camron Pattry from Cambridge University on ancient, medieval and modern agricultural techniques with respect to weather and environment in Northern India.

Dr A.S. Toor and Dr K.G. Singh of PAU shed light on the poor condition of ponds in Ludhiana, with unclean water in 51% of a total of 78 ponds. A presentation was made by officials from the water supply department of Punjab, highlighting work done on purifying water bodies.

Earlier, Dr N.S. Bains, Director of Research, PAU extended a formal welcome while, Dr R.S. Sidhu, Registrar, PAU coordinated the programme. In addition to officials from the Punjab Government, senior officers of PAU, Dr J.S. Mahal, Director of Extension, Dr G.K. Sangha, Dean, Post Graduate Studies, Dr S.S. Kukal, Dr Shammi Kapoor and Shri Sandeep Dikshit were present at the workshop.

Suresh Kumar at PAU Workshop in Ludhiana 2

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