SAU graduates to be trained under 3 months internship programme
Trained manpower to help to cope with challenges being faced by agriculture sector.
Agriculture graduates of Sindh Agriculture University Tando Jam will be trained under a three months internship programme to help the farming community benefit from a 500 million credit to be provided by State Bank of Pakistan.
Speaking at the inaugural session of the regional internship programme for Agriculture graduates in Hyderabad Vice Chancellor of the university said that the credit would enable farmers to resolve their multiple issues.
He described agriculture as the economic backbone of the country and highlighted the role of agriculture and live stock in bringing about prosperity in the country.
Radio Pakistan Hyderabad’s representative Mussawir Ahmed says that the internship programme for agriculture graduates will go a long way in developing their skills in agriculture financing.