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Brief Report on Community Empowerment through Technology Products Event
Dr. K Beichuua,
Hon’ble Minister of Veterinary, Govt. of Mizoram


There is need to have livestock breeding policy through which indigenous breeds can be improved and is suitable in broad climatic conditions which will in turn evolve the socio-economic status. Distributed fertile eggs, minerals and vitamin supplements, vegetable seeds from College of Veterinary Science & AH and College of Horticulture, Thenzwal which will cover 300 farmers from 4 Districts of Mizoram
Shri Ratan Lal Nath,
Hon’ble Minister of Education, Govt. of Tripura


Farmers are called the backbone of India and they are the most useful people as they provide food. Request College of fisheries to support the government to get sufficient fish supply for better economy. Distributed fish feed, vegetable seeds, cattle feeds, mango sapling, farm machineries from College of Fisheries which will cover 1000 farmers from 4 Districts of Tripura
Dr. Lorho S Pfoze,
Hon’ble MP, Outer Manipur Constituency


Since the land area is small in most of North Easter States of India, good quality seed, high yield variety vegetables and fruits are very important. Very satisfied that University functions as per the needs and requirements of the people. Instructs students to go out and explore, do research and studies as much as possible as they are the future. Do research on Mountain Agricultural Development as agriculture is confined to most of the plain areas and gentle slopes.
Dr. R.K. Ranjan,
Hon’ble MP, Inner Manipur Constituency


Global climate change, shifting of cropping seasons, shifting of rainfall pattern are some of the major issues hampering our agricultural productivity. More over there is small cultivated land area. Under such circumstance, if we introduce some technology to cope, how to promote, how to improve production would be very helpful. Introduction of innovative techology to utilize the maximum from the available small piece of land then certainly we can produce more.
Smt. Agatha Sangma,
Hon’ble MP, Tura Constituency


College not only educates but also do research works namely DBT, DST, ICAR, ICSSR projects. College has trained large number of women to make and develop nutritional garden, vermi compost, fruit orchids, jalkunds and also sanctioned techno incubation center for jackfruit. Distributed Sewing Machine, sweet corn seeds, rice variety CAUS107, bio-pesticides, N95 Masks, planting materials, sanitary napkin from College of Community Science and College of Post Graduate Studies in Agricultural Sciences which will cover 215 farmers from 5 Districts of Meghalaya
Shri Pema Khandu,
Hon’ble Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh


Community empowerment is a tool to unlock potential and influence positive among society fora real change. Launching of Chief Minister’s Krishi Rinn Yojana giving interest free loan for upto 3 Lakhs. Chief Minister’s Agri-mechanization Program, State Apiculture Program, Mission Organic are some to the schemes implemented. Recently launched Atmanirbhar Krishi Yojana and AtmaNirbhar Krishi Bagwani Yojana. Distributed Solar dryer for turmeric, vegetable seeds, planting material, mushroom sponge, vermicompost from College of Horticulture and Forestry, College of Agriculture, KVK Siang which will cover 100 farmers from 3 districts
Shri N Biren Singh,
Hon’ble Chief Minister of Manipur


Condolences for the victims of 2nd Wave of COVID and conveys to stay safe. Innovative technology will play vital role in ensuring sustainability of the sector and empowering farmers. Distributed Bioflocs, CAU Rice R1, Maize, Urea, Sprayer, fingerlings, grinder, mini rice mills, to 3021 Farmers from 12 different locations including College of Agriculture and College of Food Technology, Imphal
Biofloc Units - 25 Beneficiaries of 20 Blocks in 10 Districts
Distribution Points
Rajshree Bheigachandra Skill Development Center
  • Rice: 960 Kg
  • Kitchen Grinder Juicer: 1 No.
  • Sprayer: 1 No.
  • Mini Rice Mill: 1 No.


Bal Vidya Mandir
  • Rice: 540 Kg
  • Kitchen Grinder Juicer: 1 No.
  • Sprayer: 1 No.
  • Mini Rice Mill: 1 No.
KVK Imphal East
  • Rice: 1875 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 50 Kg
  • Mini Rice Mill: 1 No.

KVK Chandel
  • Rice: 825 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 200 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg
  • Groundnut: 20 Kg
  • Sprayer: 1 No.
KVK Tamenlong
  • Rice: 1620 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 200 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg
  • Groundnut: 20 Kg
  • Kitchen Grinder Juicer: 2 No.
  • Sprayer: 3 No.

KVK Chandel
  • Rice: 825 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 200 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg
  • Groundnut: 20 Kg
  • Sprayer: 1 No.
KVK Churachandpur
  • Rice: 720 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 200 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg
  • Groundnut: 200 Kg
  • Sprayer: 3 No.


KVK Senapati
  • Rice: 1605 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 200 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Mixer Juicer: 2
  • Groundnut: 20 Kg
  • Sprayer: 1 No.
KVK Thoubal
  • Rice: 1935 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 100 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg
  • Sprayer: 3 No.


KVK Ukhrul
  • Rice: 600 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 400 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 100 Kg
  • Mixer Juicer: 2
  • Groundnut: 200 Kg
  • Sprayer: 3 No.
KVK Bishnupur
  • Rice: 1560 Kg
  • Hybrid Maize: 100 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 50 Kg
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg
  • Kitchen Grinder Mixer: 1 No.
  • Sprayer: 2 No.



Maibam Chingmang
  • Rice: 750 Kg
  • Maize: 100 Kg
  • Soya Bean: 25 Kg
  • Kitchen Grinder Juicer: 1 No.
  • Mini Rice Mill: 1 No.
  • Groundnut: 10 Kg
  • Sprayer: 1 No.
  • Maize Fodder: 50 Kg