BANEPA, June 9: Former minister for Science and Technology Ganesh Shah used to always share a vision where farmers across the country would adopt e-agriculture. During his tenure, he shared this vision in every public meetings and seminars. He would say, agriculture in the country would develop by leaps and bounds if e-agriculture is promoted. Shah initiated for and promoted an e-village in Banepa, where practice of smart agriculture has been delivering encouraging results these days. Adoption of modern information technology and communication process into agriculture has brought about visible changes, say farmers who are involved in the program.
“Encouraging creativity in your child doesn’t necessarily mean you will be the parent of a potential billionaire or a future class topper,” says Pranjali Singh, program coordinator at Nepal Children’s Art Museum (NCAM). But still she considers the incentives for parents to take on the task to be more than worth it.
MYAGDI (Babiyachaur), Feb 17: National Planning Commission (NPC) vice-chairman Dr Min Bahadur Shrestha has said stress has been laid on coordination among the different government ministries to increase the development expenditure.