Participants during the Agri Fest posing for a photograph.
STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: The three-day Agri-Fest ‘Kairos’ on Wednesday entered in the second consecutive day with great zeal and enthusiasm. The programme is being conducted under the chairmanship of Dr. D.P Abrol, Dean, Faculty of Agriculture.
On the occasion, Dr Rakesh Nanda, Head of Agriculture Extension, was the Guest of Honour.
Dr Parshant Bakshi, Co-chairperson appreciated the efforts of organising committee and the students in organising the Agri-Fest 2017.
The day started with presentation of memento to the Guest of Honour, Dr Rakesh Nanda followed by mesmerising performances of the participants in various events including singing, dancing, modelling, Mushaira, poetry etc.
An awakening documentary directed and acted by the students of SKUAST-J highlighted the grave concern of eve teasing.
The teaching staff namely Dr R.K Samnotra, Dr Parshant Bakshi, Dr Arvinder Singh, Dr Anil Bhat, Dr Lakshmikant Sharma and Dr DeepJi Bhat also performed during the event.
Dr Abrol, Chairman of Agri-Fest, Dr Parshant Bakshi, Co chairman, Dr Arvinder Singh, Dr Lakshmi Kant Sharma, Management In-charge and Ali Haider Shah, Co-organising Secretary of the event also marked their presence.
Dr Amit Jasrotia, Dr Kiran Kour, Dr Vivek M Arya, Dr Vishal Raina, Dr Nomita, Dr Sanjay Khajuria and Dr Sushmita Dadich were also present.
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