FPOs trained on management skills

FPOs trained on management skills
Dr. I. Amenla, director SAMETI and principal IETC along with resource persons and participants on June 28.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 6/28/2019 11:58:06 AM IST

A two day training program on “Management Skills & Post Harvest Management (PHM) for FPO’s/FPC’s under MOVCDNER” organised by the department of Agriculture came to an end on June 28, at State Agricultural Extension & Management Training Institute (SAMETI). 

A press release from SAMETI director Medziphema, stated that the inaugural programme was chaired by Tiajungla Longchar, DPD SAMETI. 

Dr. I. Amenla, director SAMETI and principal, IETC welcomed the participants and expressed gratitude to the department for organising the training, stating that management skills were vital for the overall development and progress of any organisation. 

She said  that management was the key area which ultimately determines the success or failure of an enterprise, and ncouraged the participants to take advantage of the training and work towards bringing tangible changes in their respective organisations. 

Renphamo Lotha, joint director, department of Agriculture gave an overview of the Mission Organic Value Chain Development for North Eastern Region (MOVCDNER) in Nagaland. 

He said that marketing, inadequate data and lack of premium market were the main problems faced by the Farmer Producer Organisations (FPOs) in the state. 

A short speech on the background and functioning of Integrated Extension Training Centre (IETC) was given by Dr. Watimongla Jamir, vice principal & academic-in-charge, IETC Medziphema. Resource person from MOVCDNER, New Delhi, Deepika Saini speech spoke about the importance of soft skills and developing them through interaction and individual approach. She stated that the main goal of the training was to help the participants develop the right attitude and link crops to markets by creating a market perspective.

Resource experts for the training programme were Deepika Saini and Mukunda Rao, MOVCDNER, New Delhi; Andrew Lalthawmhana and Dr. Sentirenla Changkiri, Project Assistants, STINER-TFC; Dr. Lawrence Kithan, Scientist (Agronomy) AICRP; Dr. Sentirenla Jamir and Dr. Gracely L. Yepthomi Assistant professors, B. Voc, NU:SASRD;. Ashwini Ananda, Ph.D scholar, Department of Horticulture, NU: SASRD. 

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