The admission to the four years agriculture course likely to start from this session-Kultar Singh Sandhwan,speaker Punjab Vidhan Sabha

"I have spoken to all in this regard and classes will resume from this session,"Sandhwan. 
The admission to the BSc agriculture course in government Brijindra college Faridkot is likely to start from this session, according to a press note to the media by Manpreet Singh Dhaliwal,PRO to the speaker Kultar Singh Sandhwan today.
Sandhwan and Gurdit Singh Sekhon had taken keen interest, promising to restart the four years agriculture course if the AAP government was formed in the state.
The BSc agriculture course was stopped in government Brijindra college Faridkot in 2019 when the strict guidelines had been formed to run an agriculture college.
Now there is the last batch of the four years agriculture course.
"Sandhwan has spoken to all the concerned officials to restart the course in this college and he has also spoken to the VC PAU Dr Satpal Singh Gosal asking him to provide the 65 acres of land of KVK Faridkot to the college for to meet the conditions to run the course. he has agreed and now the way to start the college has been paved,' reads the press note.
"The closure of the agriculture colleges in the agrarian state which caters to the needs of the country in food grains is not a good initiative," said Dr Arvind,VC Punjabi University Patiala during a meeting regarding this.
"I highly appreciate the interest of the government to meet all the conditions to restart the agriculture classes in government college," said Gurdit Singh Sekhon.
"Sandhwan and me had been sitting in the protests when the classes were closed and now we are glad our efforts have bore fruit,"said Gurdit Singh Sekhon,MLA Faridkot. 

May 30 2023 6:58AM