Cabinet Minister Joshi announced, from next year, women doing excellent work will be given an award of 51 thousand.

During the Swachhata Hi Seva Pakhwada period, the state’s Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister Ganesh Joshi participated in the seminar program organized by the Horticulture Department at the State Park Circuit House in Dehradun.
The program was started by lighting the lamp. In the program, women from far flung areas working in the fields of horticulture and agriculture also shared their experiences. The Horticulture Minister honored the women doing excellent work in different fields by giving mementoes and certificates.
While addressing the program, the Horticulture Minister expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and said that under his able leadership, efforts are being made to promote horticulture in India as well as in the state of Uttarakhand as well as ensure the participation of women. . The Horticulture Minister also expressed gratitude to the Chief Minister Pushkar Singh Dhami and said that under the guidance of the Chief Minister, while undertaking the overall development of horticulture/agriculture in the state of Uttarakhand, along with conducting important programs for qualitative increase in the income of the cultivators, implementation of various schemes. For this, full cooperation is being provided by increasing the subsidy.
Minister Ganesh Joshi said that this program will be organized every year. He announced that from next year onwards, award money would be given to women doing excellent work in horticulture and entrepreneurial field. In which first prize 51 thousand, second 21 thousand and third 31 thousand and top ten will be rewarded by giving cash amount of Rs. Minister Joshi said that from the center to the state government is making continuous efforts towards empowering women and when the state enters 25 years, we should be a leader in every field as well as doubling the livelihood of farmers and women in this direction. The government is working continuously in
Expressing happiness, Minister Joshi said that it is a matter of great pleasure that this year for the first time mango fruits have been exported from Uttarakhand through APEDA. Along with this, honey was also exported, which is a sign of stepping towards a brighter future. Continuous efforts are being made by APEDA to promote the export of horticultural products produced in the state, which will prove to be a commendable initiative for the development of the state. . To increase the production and productivity of horticultural crops in the state, approval is being given to various ambitious schemes by the Government of India and the State Government.
Minister Joshi said that 80 percent subsidy is being provided to the farmers in the production of very intensive apple. Along with this, other activities like establishment of hi-tech nursery, fruit, vegetable, spice, flower, mushroom, area expansion, post-harvest management, marketing and processing activities are being conducted on 35 to 55 percent grant. During this, Minister Joshi expressed his gratitude to all the farmers and said that encouraged by this program, other farmers would also extend their cooperation in strengthening the economy of the state by adopting horticulture as a livelihood.
Additional Secretary Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Ranveer Singh Chauhan, Horticulture Director Dr. HS Baweja, Agriculture Director Gauri Shankar, Silk Director Silk Dr. AK Yadav, and many women from different districts were present in the program.

District wise names of those who were honored:
Pauri – Savita Rawat, Soni Bisht, Divya Chauffin, Nirmala Devi, Kavita Naudiyal, Vijay Lakshmi Devi.
Rudraprayag – Poonam Goswami, Babita, Ganeshi Devi, Sukhdei Devi, Anita Devi, Nidhi Rana.
Dehradun – Suman, Jagdamba, Shanni, Sushma Rawat, Archana Tomar, Deepa Rawat.

Pauri – Rekha Devi, Darshani Devi, Munni Devi, Poonam Devi, Sangeeta Devi, Sadhana Devi, Roshni Devi.

Nainital – Geeta Sharma, Rajni Rawat, Vimla Sharma, Rashmi Jeena, Deepa Loshali, Snehlata Bhandari.

Uttarkashi – Deepika, Mamta Devi, Lalita Devi, Kamala Rana, Ajna.

Udhamsinghnagar – Hema Tiwari, Kavita Tiwari, Seema Rani, Rajnandani, Meena Devi, Gurjit Kaur.

Almora – Dipti Agarwal, Jayanti Nath, Shanti Devi, Namita Tamta, Kamala Bhandari, Sudha Gunavant.

Bageshwar – Leela Mehta, Mohini Janiti, Champa Joshi, Dhana Devi, Chandra Devi

Champawat – Laxmi Joshi, Kalpana Kharkwal, Hira Joshi, Vidya Joshi, Vimala Kharkwal, Meena Mahra

Chamoli – Rajeshwari Devi, Vidya Devi, Mandodari Devi, Saraswati Devi, Jamuna Devi, Anusuya Kunvi.

Pithoragarh – Pushpa Devi, Kalavati Devi, Princess Bora. Sunita Bam, Pushpa Bisht, Devaki Devi.

Tehri – Monika Panwar, Chandri Devi, Guddi Devi, Sukrana, Shivani, Asha.

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