Training programme on bee keeping concludes

07 December 2017


 A two-day bee keeping programme that began yesterday organised by People Endeavour for Social change (PESCH) in association with Haitung Goodwill Foundation under the supervision of District Rural Development Agency (DRDA) as a part of 14th State Level Orange Festival was concluded today.

 The programme held at Shekinuh-In under Tamenglong headquarters. D.C. IAS, Armstrong Pame who attended the programme as chief guest said the training programme was conducted with the goal to make Jiribam, a bee producing district and for the trainees in the programme to become fruitful.  He further said they will provide help the bee farmers make a source of income from their profession.

 Lecturer, Jiribam Government Higher Secondary School and managing director, Bee care and Research Centre Jiribam, H. Rajen Kumar Singh who attended as the resouarce person in the programme said Tamenglong is a place full of resources. Therefore, in order to make horticulture resources improve, bee keeping should be practiced more.

In the training programme, coordinator, People Endeavour for Social Change (PESCH), Namkhinlung Pamei attended as the moderator. 35 trainees hailing from different places were given certificates by Amstrong Pame.


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