Farmers will find employment by becoming a common facility center

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Farmers get employment by becoming a common facility center
Muzaffarnagar / Charthawal. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will lay the foundation stone for the district’s first Common Facility Center (CFC) in Badhaai Kalan on Wednesday as part of the One District One Product Program. With the encouragement of the state government, the center, which is to be built with better technology, is being built at a cost of 5.10 billion rupees. This center will become a workplace for the region’s sugar cane farmers, especially the youth.
The District Industries and Promotion Center had sent the government a proposal for CFC to the Badi Agri Business Producer Company. Following government approval, the foundation stone program was withheld from Lucknow. The company will set up the center on four and a half bighas land in Badhaai Kalan. The company’s chief executive, Arvind Malik, said the government would provide 90 percent government subsidies in this ambitious plan. The finished product can also be exported here. The packaging is branded after making pure jaggery sugar instead of jaggery by charging farmers a small service fee. You can sell it anywhere in the market. Resources are made available to farmers by becoming self-employed. This program will strengthen the youth’s sense of self-reliance on agriculture. Positive thinking will increase with modern agriculture technology. There will be a testing laboratory to maintain the standard of the product. The packaging is only carried out after the quality and purity of the product have been checked. Work in the center will begin in the middle of the coming shredding season. At the same time, 107 farmers were accepted into the company. This program provides employment for them. The opportunities for entrepreneurship will increase.
The rural district’s farmers will benefit from the scheme
Muzaffarnagar. Paramhans Maurya, deputy commissioner, District Industries and Promotion Center, said the cornerstone for the district’s first CFC will be virtualized online by the chief minister at the Muzaffarnagar NIC center on Wednesday. The program includes members of the public, senior executives and company representatives. Farmers will benefit a lot if they become the first center here. There is a special cooperation with the government in the realization of technical and modern projects within the framework of One District One Product. Sugar cane growers are given the opportunity to prepare pure products of their choice at nominal cost.

Farmers get employment by becoming a common facility center

Muzaffarnagar / Charthawal. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will lay the foundation stone for the district’s first Common Facility Center (CFC) in Badhaai Kalan on Wednesday as part of the One District One Product Program. With the encouragement of the state government, the center, which is to be built with better technology, is being built at a cost of 5.10 billion rupees. This center will become a workplace for the region’s sugar cane farmers, especially the youth.

The District Industries and Promotion Center had sent the government a proposal for CFC to the Badi Agri Business Producer Company. Following government approval, the foundation stone program was withheld from Lucknow. The company will set up the center on four and a half bighas land in Badhaai Kalan. The company’s chief executive, Arvind Malik, said the government would provide 90 percent government subsidies in this ambitious plan. The finished product can also be exported here. Branding packaging is done after the production of pure jaggery sugar instead of jaggery for a small service fee to the farmers. You can sell it anywhere in the market. Resources are made available to farmers by becoming self-employed. This program will strengthen the youth’s sense of self-reliance on agriculture. Positive thinking will increase with modern agriculture technology. There will be a testing laboratory to maintain the standard of the product. The packaging is only carried out after the quality and purity of the product have been checked. Work in the center will begin in the middle of the coming shredding season. At the same time, 107 farmers were accepted into the company. This program provides employment for them. The opportunities for entrepreneurship will increase.

The rural district’s farmers will benefit from the scheme

Muzaffarnagar. Paramhans Maurya, deputy commissioner, District Industries and Promotion Center, said the cornerstone for the district’s first CFC will be virtualized online by the chief minister at the Muzaffarnagar NIC center on Wednesday. The program includes members of the public, senior executives and company representatives. Farmers will benefit a lot if they become the first center here. There is a special cooperation with the government in the realization of technical and modern projects within the framework of One District One Product. Sugar cane growers are given the opportunity to prepare pure products of their choice at nominal cost.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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