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ASCI holds conclave on Krishi se Atmanirbharta

The Secretary, MSDE spotlighted the issues revolving around the sector and the need for mechanization and automation to increase the productivity of the sector.

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New Delhi: Agriculture Skill Council of India (ASCI)-the Sector Skill Council on Agriculture, organized the first Agri Skills Conclave, on the theme of “Krishi se Atmanirbharta” with the support of the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE) and the Ministry of Agriculture & Farmers’ Welfare (MoA&FW).

The conclave will focus on some of the pertinent topics related to the Strengthening of the Skill Process and New Skilling Opportunities in the Agri sector, a release stated.

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The Chairman of ASCI, Maneesh Mansingka addressed the confluence emphasizing the need for a skilled workforce that can meet the Agriculture sector’s current and future needs and the urgency of developing new competencies focused on handling new technologies for improving the productivity and sustainability of the sector in the areas of agri-tech, farm digitization, agri-based e-commerce, alternative energy, to name a few, a release added.

He further highlighted the achievements of ASCI in the last year. He reiterated that ASCI will continue to contribute significantly to the skilling, upskilling, and reskilling of the workforce and bring about a positive impact on the ‘Krishi se Atmanirbharta’ initiative of the government, it added.
The Secretary, MSDE spotlighted the issues revolving around the sector and the need for mechanization and automation to increase the productivity of the sector.

ASCI took this opportunity to release the Farm Mechanization Sector Skill Gap Study and Short-term Courses Directory developed by ASCI through the auspicious hands of the Secretary, MSDE.

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