BHU alumnus Dr Sanjay K Singh appointed as Director of the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research Bangalore, read here to know the details.
Prof. Ramesh Chand, the Director (Agriculture) BHU, has confirmed that Dr Sanjay K Singh appointed as Director of the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research Bangalore.
His tweet reads, "Dr. Sanjay K. Singh, Head , Division of Fruits & Horticulture Technology, IARI, New Delhi & Alumnus of Our Institute (IAS, BHU), appointed DIRECTOR, Indian Institute of Horticultural Research, Bangalore. Hearty Congratulations to him."
Indian Institute of Horticultural Research has its experimental stations at Lucknow, Nagpur, Ranchi, Godhra, Chettalli and Gonikopal. Over the years these experiment stations have grown in size and today they stand as independent institutes, however, retaining the Chettalli and Gonicoppal under its fold. Currently, the Indian Institute of Horticultural Research has its main station at Bangalore with 263 ha of land and a regional experiment station at Bhuvaneshwar in Orissa with two Krishi Vigyan Kendras both located in Karnataka state at Gonikopal in Kodagu and Hirehalli in Tumkur districts. Apart from this, the Project Coordinating Cell of the All India Coordinated Research Project on Fruits is also located at the institute in Bengaluru.
IIHR has also an Agriculture Technology Information Centre (ATIC), which is a single-window agency for the dissemination of information and technologies developed by the institute. All the technological products and popular publications developed by the IIHR are sold to the farmers and interested public through the agricultural technology information centre.
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