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Ranchi Agricultural College: Inauguration of the conference of the former student union of Ranchi Agricultural College.

Ranchi: Birsa Agricultural University (BAU) The 15th conference of the erstwhile student union of Ranchi Agricultural College was held. Saji Thomas, Deputy Director of the International Monetary Fund, said that any alumni association has an important contribution in the development of its alma mater and the new generation of students. In America, these organizations are very powerful and they meet every year in a grand festival. It is necessary for such organizations to be strong for the development of the institution and to provide career counseling and guidance to the new generation of students. After completing studies, when you enter the professional world, life is full of challenges, from which you get to learn a lot. Saji Thomas graduated from Agricultural College in 1983. After obtaining his Master’s degree from IARI, New Delhi, he worked in the World Bank and IMF for the last three decades.

Inauguration of the conference of former student union
The conference of the former student union of Ranchi Agricultural College started on Saturday. On the first day of the two-day conference, Dean of the Faculty of Forestry, Dr. MS Malik, Dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, Dr. DK Shahi, President of the Alumni Association (AREC), Dr. Manigopa Chakraborty and Secretary, Dr. Arun Kumar Tiwari also presented their views. About 200 RAC alumni from different parts of the country are participating in the conference. On this occasion, alumni sponsored awards were given to students who performed exceptionally well in studies, sports, cultural programs and national level competitions.

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better performers rewarded
Dr. MA Mohsin Award for best academic performance went to Vaishnavi Rani and Riya Kumari, Dr. DN Jha Memorial Award for best performance in sports to Satish Pahan and Priya Priya Manki and Ambedkar Oraon, Santosh Kujur, Soumya Verma for better performance in art culture. And Anita Lakra was given the award. Mrigaya Foundation Merit Award was given to Swati in GPB, Nancy Singh in Horticulture and Neha Kumari in Soil Science. Dr AK Sarkar Award for better performance in PG entrance examination was given to Nusrat Jahan, Vaishnavi Rani and Anish Kumar Raj (all IARI, New Delhi) and Aidan Mundu (Fellow Programme, IIM Ahmedabad). A condolence meeting was organized in coordination with Dr. A. Wadud to pay tribute to the alumni who passed away during the last one year.

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Seminar on Millets for country’s nutrition and food security
On this occasion, a seminar on ‘Millets for nutrition and food security of the country’ was organized under the chairmanship of Dr. AK Sarkar, retired dean of the Faculty of Agriculture, in which Dr. ZA Haider, Dr. Rekha Sinha, Dr. Arun Kumar, Bipin Kumar Sinha and Mahalingam Shiva also expressed his views.

Harshita

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