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Scientific temper

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In order to grow the scientific temper and research for the new crops which can withstand the weather conditions, the government of Jammu and Kashmir has kept a sharp focus on this sector.

Recently a national level conference was held in which a lot of scientists participated and among the speakers was the Advisor to LG who said that extreme weather events are happening on a daily basis and it is really time to take some proactive steps on the issue. He asked all the participants and delegates that some concrete steps must be taken so that less impact can be put on the Agriculture sector which forms the core area of GDP of our country.

He said that the whole ecosystem of Jammu and Kashmir has undergone a massive change and fast-track development and progress is happening on the ground. He added that the UT has observed transformation on all aspects like transportation, highway construction, health sector and several other fields of public importance.

He remarked that with the introduction of new investment policy, J&K is emerging as an attractive destination for investments. He added that several big corporate houses of the country have shown keen interest for investments here. He said that it is the firm resolve of our Prime Minister, Narendra Modi and Lieutenant Governor, Manoj Sinha to make J&K one of the most developed regions of our country.

He conferred societal awards and fellowships among the scientists and researchers of different universities of the country.

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