The Fact News Service
Chandigarh, August 17
Punjab Vidhan Sabha Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan said that B.Sc (Agriculture) course in Government Brijindra College Faridkot has been re-started and now onwards, admissions will be done for 60 seats every year.
Speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan said that meetings were held with senior officials of the Department of Agriculture, Higher Education, Punjabi University and Agriculture University over the past months to resume the discontinued B.Sc. Agriculture Course at Government Brijindra College Faridkot. He said that now the necessary requirements for resuming the studies of this course have now been completed. He said that at the college, admissions will be done on 60 seats for the agriculture course.
Sandhwan said that Government College Faridkot is a prominent educational institution of the Malwa region, where B.Sc. (Agriculture) course was being studied. He said that during the year 2019, the last batch of students took admissions in B.Sc. (Agriculture) in the college, which was currently in the final year of the course. He said that now the agriculture course is being restarted to save the future of the students who were desirous to study in the agriculture sector.
Sandhavan said that with the continuation of this course will achieve far-sighted results, under which the economically weaker section of the youth of the area will get the idea of doing agriculture in a scientific manner, at the same time the farmers will also be benefited indirectly.