Trainings and Workshops

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Trainings / Development  of  Specialized  Manpower:

SARC is involved in a training programme about saline agriculture technology to develop technical knowledge among the extension field staff, department and farmers

Objectives

  • Provide special training and demonstrations to young scientists, field workers and farmers for salinity management.
  • Engaging and involvement of skilled workers and farmers for management of salt-affected soils to make them feasible for crop production.
  • Getting feed back and identify the priority areas of research that need to be tackled, when dealing with saline environments.

Crawford Fund Support

CRAWFORD FUND TRAINING COURSE ON SALINE AGRICULTURE April 18-21, 2000

Four days training course was arranged for extension officers working in Agricultural department of all four provinces crawford_trainingand lanlords from india. It was based on the handbook of ‘Saline Agriculture for Irrigated Land in Pakistan’. The lectures were supplemented by field visits to the salt-affected fields, where farmers have adopted ‘Saline Agriculture’ technology. The course trained more than 20 agricultural extension officers from all over Pakistan through a mix of lectures and field visits and demonstrations.

 

EU-Asia Link program & CAZS-Natural Resources, University of Wales, UK

ASIA-LINK SHORT COURSE ON EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN December 1-11, 2003

A short course on experimental design, planning, analysis and interpretation was arranged bytainings_asia the Saline Agriculture Research Centre, UAF under the Asia- Link programme. Dr. Phil Hollington from CAZS-Natural Resources, University of Wales-Bangor UK, delivered lectures during the course. The idea of the course was not to teach statistics, but to show how modern ideas will help the students make more of their experimentation and the resulting data than was previously possible using more traditional techniques

 

EU-Asia Link Programme & Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

WATER AND LIVESTOCK; NEEDS, CHALLENGES AND MANAGEMENT ISSUES January 17, 2005

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Under Asia-Link project, Prof. G.J. Schwartz from Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany visited Pakistan and delivered a lecture on “Water and livestock; Needs, challenges and Management Issues

 

 

Institute of Agricultural and Social Science, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany

EU-AGRICULTURAL TRADE PREFERENCE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES December 10, 2005

Under he auspices of EU-Asia-Link project, Dr. Harald Grethe from Institute of trainings3Agricultural and Social Science, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany delivered a lecture on “EU-Agricultural Trade Preference for developing countries; Current Status and Outlook.” He presented his work regarding WTO, its impact and regulations and highlighted the EU trade policy for the developing countries like Pakistan.

HEC/Pak Acad. Sciences, CAZS-Natural Resources University of wales, UK

INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON SUSTAINABLE CROP PRODUCTION ON SALT AFFECTED LAND December, 4-6, 2006

The international conference was arranged with the objective to bring national and international scientists from various institutes together, by making them aware of each other’s work, and by allowing them to identify areas of mutual or complementary interest which will allow more rapid progress in the future. Various international scientist from UK, Australia, Germany, Turkey, Iran and many from the different parts of the country participated in the conference to present their work and share experiences and outcomes. It was a very good opportunity to meet and learn from renewed researcher and groups all over the world consist of agronomists, biotechnologists, engineers, hydrologists, irrigation specialists, plant breeders, social scientists and soil scientists with a particular interest in salinity.

PPQP/HEC

EU-AGRICULTURAL TRADE PREFERENCE FOR DEVELOPING COUNTRIES December 10, 2005

user-iconUnder he auspices of EU-Asia-Link project, Dr. Harald Grethe from Institute of Agricultural and Social Science, Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany delivered a lecture on “EU-Agricultural Trade Preference for developing countries; Current Status and Outlook.” He presented his work regarding WTO, its impact and regulations and highlighted the EU trade policy for the developing countries like Pakistan.