FAISALABAD: Solutions to all problems being faced by the country lie in trained human resources, said University of Agriculture Faisalabad Vice-Chancellor Dr Iqrar Ahmad Khan.
Addressing an orientation seminar organised by the Agrarian Society for the newly-admitted students at Iqbal Auditorium on Tuesday, he said that quality education was an engine for the bright future. He said that the UAF was the only university of the country, which was among the top 100 universities of the world. He…
12th November, 2012
Representatives of the leading parliamentary parties and civil society bodies have called for land reforms to get rid of the country’s colonial economic power structure. They urged political parties to include land reforms in their election manifestoes.
At a seminar titled, ‘Where are Land Reforms on Political Agenda in Pakistan?’, they, along with land reforms experts, strongly articulated that effective land reforms were critical for sustainable food…
A Case Study of a Village
Ashaq Hussain, Lecturer, Govt. Degree College Kelam Kulgam Jammu and Kashmir
The unique features of Jammu and Kashmir’s agriculture are predominance of cash crops, homestead cultivation, shrinkage of areas under paddy crop and dominance of small holders. A large percentage of population depends for its livelihood on crop cultivation with recently introduced horticultural Sector or fruit cultivation and cash crops like pulses and vegetables. The present…