Former student of PAU who runs world food program will receive Nobel Peace Prize

The Fact News Service

October 20

Bisho Parajuli, a former student of Punjab Agricultural University and running the World Food Program, will be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize 2020. Bisho Parajuli is currently the Representative of the United Nations Food Program and Country Director of India. Norway’s Nobel Committee has decided to award the Nobel Peace Prize to the World Food Program.

These programs were run by the World Food Program to eradicate hunger. Which benefited many people. Parajuli did BSc Agriculture from Punjab Agricultural University from 1975-78. After that he obtained MBA degree from Kurukshetra University. He holds a Masters Degree in Rural Development from Imperial College London. Another team member of the World Food Program, Dr. Harjeet Singh is also a former student of PAU.