Shri Yogendra Kumar, the IFFCO Marketing Director, was chosen unopposed as MSCS President.

Shri Yogendra Kumar, the IFFCO Marketing Director, was chosen unopposed as MSCS President.

We delightfully inform you, IFFCO Marketing Director Yogendra Kumar was chosen unopposed as President of the newly created national-level Multi State Seed Cooperative Society in the elections held on Thursday.

Yogendra Kumar was chosen during the seed cooperative society's first annual general meeting, which was held at the IFFCO headquarters in Saket. KRIBHCO Chairman Chandra Pal Singh Yadav and NCDC MD Pankaj Bansal proposed and seconded Yogendra Kumar. Smt. Suman Kumari, Assistant Registrar, has been selected as the returning officer for this election.

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The cooperative societies involved in the ambitious initiative include IFFCO, KRIBHCO, NAFED, and two government-aided agencies, NDDB and NCDC. The board members were NAFED Chairman Bijendra Singh, KRIBHCO Chairman Chandra Pal Singh, NDDB Chairman and MD Meenesh Shah, and NCDC MD Pankaj Kumar Bansal.

IFFCO Chairman Dilipbhai Sanghani greeted Yogendra Kumar on social media, writing, 'Hearty congratulations and best wishes to Yogendra Kumar, Marketing Director, IFFCO, on his appointment as Chairman of National Seed Cooperative Society Limited.'

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In fact, as soon as Yogendra Kumar's election news was announced, there was an outpouring of congratulations on social media. The inhabitants of the cooperative world congratulated him immediately. IFFCO MD Dr. U.S. Awasthi, as well as several junior and senior fertilizer firm personnel, congratulated Yogendra Kumar on his success. V.K. Tomar, a former KRIBHCO general manager, was serving as the Seed Cooperative Society's part-time CEO. The CEO's full-time appointment is expected to take place soon. "We got applications from 2000 packs to join the seed cooperative association. "This issue will be discussed at the next meeting," Tomar informed an Indian Co-operation journalist.

Yogendra Kumar has over 36 years of experience in cooperative organizations, holding various roles. He earned a bachelor's degree in agriculture from Chandra Shekhar Azad University of Agriculture and Technology in Kanpur.

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He is well known for his dynamism, which is clearly reflected in his work. He has played an important role in the development of IFFCO's Sagarika product. During his journey, Kumar has also made significant contributions to the promotion of Neem with the aim of increasing the production of Neem oil and many other useful Neem based products.

Seed Cooperative Society, established under the Multi State Cooperative Societies (MSCS) Act of 2002, would serve as the primary organisation for quality seed production, procurement, processing, branding, labelling, packaging, storage, marketing, and distribution. It will also create a structure for strategic research and development, as well as the protection and promotion of indigenous natural seed varieties.

Drone Didi Kavita is achieving great production with the help of drones

Drone Didi Kavita is achieving great production with the help of drones

 Kavita took drone training by IFFCO and sprayed nano fertilizers on crops, which is giving her a handsome income today. Digitization is being encouraged by the government, whose impact is also increasing at a great pace in the agricultural sector. The help of drones is now being taken in agricultural works. This is giving a lot of convenience to the people. Drone Didi scheme has also been started by the government. Under the scheme, women are promoting women empowerment by becoming drone pilots. Today we will tell about the story of one such drone didi and the journey of becoming a drone didi.

Drone Didi pilot Kavita is a native of

Today we will tell you the story of Dran Didi Pilot Kavita, a native of Rohtak, Haryana. Kavita has sprayed nano fertilizers on crops by taking drone training through Indian Farmers Fertilizer Cooperative IFFCO. This is earning them a very handsome income today. At the same time, she has also emerged as an example for other women. Kavita is a postgraduate, but she was unemployed. He got information from some means that IFFCO is training a drone pilot, after which he contacted IFFCO and took 15 days of drone pilot training.


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Nano urea and nano DAP sprayed in 90 acres in 15 days

After the completion of the training, Kavita was provided free drones and e-rickshaws, through which she is spraying Nano Urea and Nano DAP. He has sprayed nano urea and nano DAP in 90 acres in just 15 days. These include sugarcane, mustard and wheat crops. Through this, they are getting a lot of income. Kavita tells that she and her family have become stronger through this, for which she thanks IFFCO.