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National Productivity Awards for agriculture sector to be given tomorrow

The National Productivity Awards for the agriculture sector for 2005-2006 will be given away in the presence of Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on Thursday.

New Delhi, may 23 : The National Productivity Awards for the agriculture sector for 2005-2006 will be given away in the presence of Agriculture Minister Sharad Pawar on Thursday.

The awards will be distributed by Minister of State for Agriculture, Consumer Affairs, Food and Public Distribution Dr. Akhilesh Prasad Singh.

The awards serve as a catalyst to promote the concept of productivity which has assumed further significance due to the ongoing process of economic reforms in the context of globalization and WTO regime.

These awards are presented every year in 14 sub sectors. They are agricultural extension services, animal feed processing units, bio-fertilizer producers, command area development and irrigation projects, dairy development and production in cooperative and public sector, dry land farming, horticulture development in cooperative sector, inland and marine fish production in cooperative sector, poultry production and development, seed corporation in public sector, state agro industries corporation, state farm corporation, state marketing and oilseed federations in cooperative sector and warehousing sector.

The productivity awards are decided after a consideration of both the quantitative and qualitative factors while undertaking assessment of the participants with regard to their commitment to productivity improvement on a continuous basis.

The function is being organised by National Productivity Council (NPC).

NPC is aiming to promote the cause of productivity in industry, agriculture, service, infrastructure and other sectors of the economy. It aims to help in achieving sustained all round development in India.

ANI

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