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Pilibhit Barkhera Swachhta hi Seva (22.09.17)

Swachhta Hi Seva Campaign at Barkhera Block headquarter on 22.09.17

Swachhta se seva fortnight is being celebrated by KVK Pilibhit at different places under swachhta se seva campaign from 15.09.2017 to 02.10.2017. Under this campaign a one day programme was conducted at Barkhera block community hall in which around 150 farmers and extension functionaries participated. During the programme KVK scientsists Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Dr. N. C. Tripathi and Dr. Reena Sethi delivered their lectures regarding personal and community sanitation.

About telling the aims and objectives of the campaign Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, Plant protection, KVK, Pilibhit said that On September 15, 2017, the President of India launched a nationwide sanitation campaign “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Iswarganj village in Kanpur. The President administered the Swachhta Hi Seva Pledge whereby the Nation resolved to create a clean healthy and new India. Addressing the gathering the President said “India is fighting a decisive battle for cleanliness and hygiene. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only sanitation personnel and government departments; it is a multi-stakeholder national movement.”

Dr Reena Sethi in her address said that Mahatma Gandhi had once famously said “sanitation is more important than political freedom.” This statement underscored the criticality of sanitation in society. Inspired by these words, on August 15, 2014, the Prime Minister gave a clarion call to the Nation from the ramparts of Red Fort to fight filth and open defacation, change old habits and achieve a Swachh Bharat by 2019, to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. He further said that “women’s pride is an important issue in our villages today. The practice of open defacation must be stopped. Toilets must be built and used.”

Dr N. C Tripathi of the KVK said during his speech that The aim of the Swachh Bharat Mission is to achieve a clean and open defacation free India by October 2, 2019. The objectives are generating demand for toilets leading to their construction and sustained use by all household members, promoting better hygiene behavior amongst the population and improving cleanliness by initiating solid and liquid waste management projects.

At the end of the programme a pledge was taken by all the scientists, extension functionaries to stay clean and take the message to all the villages and nearby places.

Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Delivering his Lecture

Dr. Reena Sethi Addressing the Campaign

Dr. N. C. Tripathi Giving the Lecture

Farmers and Extension Functionaries Listening the Lectures


Pilibhit Lalauri Swachhta hi Seva (23.09.17)

Swachhta Hi Seva Campaign at Lalauri village on 23.09.17

Swachhta se seva fortnight is being celebrated by KVK Pilibhit at different places under swachhta se seva campaign from 15.09.2017 to 02.10.2017. Under this campaign a one day programme was conducted at Lalauri village of block Lalaurikhera, in which around 50 farmers and farm women participated. During the programme KVK scientsists Dr. S. S. Dhaka delivered his lectures regarding personal and community sanitation.

About telling the aims and objectives of the campaign Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, Plant protection, KVK, Pilibhit said that On September 15, 2017, the President of India launched a nationwide sanitation campaign “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Iswarganj village in Kanpur. The President administered the Swachhta Hi Seva Pledge whereby the Nation resolved to create a clean healthy and new India. Addressing the gathering the President said “India is fighting a decisive battle for cleanliness and hygiene. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only sanitation personnel and government departments; it is a multi-stakeholder national movement.” He reiterated that the practice of open defecation must be stopped and toilets must be used by the villagers.

At last a pledge was taken by the farmers and farm women to clean their village and ask their neighbours and relatives to practice the sanitation in person as well as of public places.


Pilibhit Sarai Samagra Swachhta (24.09.17)

Samagra Swachhta Diwas at Sarai village on 24.09.17

Swachhta se seva fortnight is being celebrated by KVK Pilibhit at different places under swachhta se seva campaign from 15.09.2017 to 02.10.2017. Under this campaign a one day programme entitled Samagra Swachhta Diwas was celebrated at Village Sarai block Marauri of district Pilibhit in which around 70 farmers and and farm women participated. During the programme KVK scientsists Dr. Faiz Mohsin, Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Dr. N. C. Tripathi and Dr. Reena Sethi delivered their lectures regarding personal and community sanitation. Dr Faiz Mohsin, Officer Incharge, addressed the farmers. He sensitised them on the importance of cleanliness in their daily activities. The day was marked by different lectures held on the topic, ‘Swachhata Diwas’. Various farmers and farm women of villages were addressed during the campaign and were given the responsibility to clean various parts of the village.

About telling the aims and objectives of the campaign Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, Plant protection, KVK, Pilibhit said that On September 15, 2017, the President of India launched a nationwide sanitation campaign “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Iswarganj village in Kanpur. The President administered the Swachhta Hi Seva Pledge whereby the Nation resolved to create a clean healthy and new India. Addressing the gathering the President said “India is fighting a decisive battle for cleanliness and hygiene. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only sanitation personnel and government departments; it is a multi-stakeholder national movement.”

Dr. Reena Sethi in her address said that Mahatma Gandhi had once famously said “sanitation is more important than political freedom.” This statement underscored the criticality of sanitation in society. Inspired by these words, on August 15, 2014, the Prime Minister gave a clarion call to the Nation from the ramparts of Red Fort to fight filth and open defacation, change old habits and achieve a Swachh Bharat by 2019, to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. He further said that “women’s pride is an important issue in our villages today. The practice of open defecation must be stopped. Toilets must be built and used.”

Dr. N. C Tripathi of the KVK said during his speech that The aim of the Swachh Bharat Mission is to achieve a clean and open defacation free India by October 2, 2019. The objectives are generating demand for toilets leading to their construction and sustained use by all household members, promoting better hygiene behavior amongst the population and improving cleanliness by initiating solid and liquid waste management projects.

At the end of the programme a pledge was taken by all the scientists, villagers to stay clean and take the message to all the villages and nearby places.


Pilibhit KVK Swachhta hi Seva (25.09.17)

Swachhta Hi Seva Campaign at KVK pilibhit with students from a local Collegeon 25.09.17

Swachhta se seva fortnight is being celebrated by KVK Pilibhit at different places under swachhta se seva campaign from 15.09.2017 to 02.10.2017. Under this campaign a one day programme was conducted at KVK Pilibhit in which around 50 students and their teachers participated. The B.Sc. (Ag,) students and teachers were from Ch. Nihal Singh College, Aimi (Pilibhit). During the programme KVK scientists Dr. Faiz Mohsin, Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Dr. N. C. Tripathi and Dr. Reena Sethi delivered their lectures regarding personal and community sanitation.

Dr Faiz Mohsin during his speech said that sanitation is important for all, helping to maintain health and increase life-spans. However, it is especially important for children. Around the world, over 800 children under age five die every day from preventable diarrhoea-related diseases caused by lack of access to water, sanitation and hygiene. In addition, diarrhoea causes children to lose their appetites, which can lead to malnourishment. Limited access to sanitation has become such a worldwide problem that 1 in every 4 children suffer from stunted growth. This leads to “irreversible physical and cognitive damage."

About telling the aims and objectives of the campaign Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, Plant protection, KVK, Pilibhit said that On September 15, 2017, the President of India launched a nationwide sanitation campaign “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Iswarganj village in Kanpur. The President administered the Swachhta Hi Seva Pledge whereby the Nation resolved to create a clean healthy and new India. Addressing the gathering the President said “India is fighting a decisive battle for cleanliness and hygiene. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only sanitation personnel and government departments; it is a multi-stakeholder national movement.”

Dr Reena Sethi in her address said that Mahatma Gandhi had once famously said “sanitation is more important than political freedom.” This statement underscored the criticality of sanitation in society. Inspired by these words, on August 15, 2014, the Prime Minister gave a clarion call to the Nation from the ramparts of Red Fort to fight filth and open defacation, change old habits and achieve a Swachh Bharat by 2019, to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. He further said that “women’s pride is an important issue in our villages today. The practice of open defacation must be stopped. Toilets must be built and used.”

Dr N. C Tripathi of the KVK said during his speech that The aim of the Swachh Bharat Mission is to achieve a clean and open defacation free India by October 2, 2019. The objectives are generating demand for toilets leading to their construction and sustained use by all household members, promoting better hygiene behavior amongst the population and improving cleanliness by initiating solid and liquid waste management projects.

At the end of the programme a pledge was taken by all the scientists, students and teachers to stay clean and take the message to all the villages and nearby places. Scientists of KVK, students and their teachers also did sanitation work by collecting the garbage and brooming the area to clean it.

Dr. S. S. Dhaka, delivering his lecture

Dr. Reena Sethi Addressing the campaign

College students listening the lectures

Scientists, students and their teachers doing the cleaning at campus


Pilibhit Bilsanda Swachhta hi Seva (26.09.17)

Swachhta Hi Seva Campaign at Bilsanda Block headquarter on 26.09.17

Swachhta se seva fortnight is being celebrated by KVK Pilibhit at different places under swachhta se seva campaign from 15.09.2017 to 02.10.2017. Under this campaign a one day programme was conducted at Bilsanda block community hall in which around 200 farmers and extension functionaries participated. During the programme KVK scientsists Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Dr. N. C. Tripathi and Dr. Reena Sethi delivered their lectures regarding personal and community sanitation.

About telling the aims and objectives of the campaign Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, Plant protection, KVK, Pilibhit said that On September 15, 2017, the President of India launched a nationwide sanitation campaign “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Iswarganj village in Kanpur. The President administered the Swachhta Hi Seva Pledge whereby the Nation resolved to create a clean healthy and new India. Addressing the gathering the President said “India is fighting a decisive battle for cleanliness and hygiene. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only sanitation personnel and government departments; it is a multi-stakeholder national movement.”

Dr. Reena Sethi in her address said that Mahatma Gandhi had once famously said “sanitation is more important than political freedom.” This statement underscored the criticality of sanitation in society. Inspired by these words, on August 15, 2014, the Prime Minister gave a clarion call to the Nation from the ramparts of Red Fort to fight filth and open defacation, change old habits and achieve a Swachh Bharat by 2019, to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. He further said that “women’s pride is an important issue in our villages today. The practice of open defacation must be stopped. Toilets must be built and used.”

Dr. N. C Tripathi of the KVK said during his speech that The aim of the Swachh Bharat Mission is to achieve a clean and open defecation free India by October 2, 2019. The objectives are generating demand for toilets leading to their construction and sustained use by all household members, promoting better hygiene behaviour amongst the population and improving cleanliness by initiating solid and liquid waste management projects.

At the end of the programme a pledge was taken by all the scientists, extension functionaries to stay clean and take the message to all the villages and nearby places.

Dr. S. S. Dhaka, delivering his lecture

Dr. Reena Sethi Addressing the campaign

Dr. N. C. Tripathi giving the lecture

Farmers and extension functionaries listening the lectures


Pilibhit Agyari Swachhta hi Seva (27.09.17)

Swachhta Hi Seva Campaign at Agyari village on 27.09.17

Swachhta se seva fortnight is being celebrated by KVK Pilibhit at different places under swachhta se seva campaign from 15.09.2017 to 02.10.2017. Under this campaign a one day programme was conducted at Agyari village of block Marauri, in which around 65 farmers and farm women participated. During the programme KVK scientsist Dr. S. S. Dhaka delivered his lectures regarding personal and community sanitation.

About telling the aims and objectives of the campaign Dr. S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, Plant protection, KVK, Pilibhit said that On September 15, 2017, the President of India launched a nationwide sanitation campaign “Swachhta Hi Seva” at Iswarganj village in Kanpur. The President administered the Swachhta Hi Seva Pledge whereby the Nation resolved to create a clean healthy and new India. Addressing the gathering the President said “India is fighting a decisive battle for cleanliness and hygiene. Cleanliness is not the responsibility of only sanitation personnel and government departments; it is a multi-stakeholder national movement.” He reiterated that the practice of open defecation must be stopped and toilets must be used by the villagers.

At last a pledge was taken by the farmers and farm women to clean their village and ask their neighbours and relatives to practice the sanitation in person as well as of public places.

Proceedings of New India Manthan – Sankalp se Siddhi programme at KVK Pilibhit on 05.09.2017

The programme was inaugurated by chief guest Smt Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Minister of Women and Child Development, Govt. Of India. In this programme Deputy Director Agriculture Pilibhit, Sh. D. V. Singh, Sub Divisional Agriculture Extension Officer, Ms. Ritusha Tiwari, District Development Manager, NABARD, Sh. S. Dutta, Deputy Pproject Director, ATMA, Rajkumar, Bhoomi Sanrakshan Adhikari, Sh. Devendra Pratap Singh and officers of Agriculture, Horticulture, Fisheries, Livestock, Incharge of KVK, Dr Faiz Mohsin team of scientists of KVK and banks, alongwith progressive farmers (more than 600) were participated in the program. Mrs. Gandhi emphasized the need of doubling farmers income upto 2022 and showed her interest and shared her views on PMFBY, PMKSY, Organic Farming, National Food Security Mission in detail. She pledged with all the people present to double the farm income upto 2022. She explained her concern specially for promotion of chemical free farming, use of safer pesticides in agriculture, non burning of crop residues, utilization of Water hyacinth for chatai making for rural entrepreneurship development for safe environmental protection. Diversification of crops in summer season such as apple and cujltivation of mehndi for extra income of the farmers in the villages. She emphasised on judicious use of water by drip and sprinkler system and conserving water through harvesting in the village ponds through MNREGA. She asked all the farmers of the district to reduce the urea in the crops and use of balanced fertilizers . She also reiterated to minimize the pesticide load to save the environment and also mankind from the ill effects of pesticides on their health.

Earlier Dr S. S. Dhaka, Scientist, KVK Pilibhit welcomed the chief guest and other dignitaries including participating farmers and extension functionaries. He had given the information on the 7 impact points identified for dubling the farmers income upto 2022 and also shared the knowledge about ongoing government schemes such as PMFBY, PMKSY, Soil Health cards, organic farming, blue revolution, livestock development and cluster frontline demonstrations on pulses and oilseed under NFSM by the KVK. Dr N. C Tripathi of KVK Pilibhit emphasized the need of water conservation and discussed the technique of drip and sprinkler irrigation in different crops of the district. Dr Reena Sethi gave the knowledge about diversification of the crops and asked the farmers of villages nearby to forests, to take some alternate crops rather than sugarcane to avoid the attack of tigers in their villages.

On this occasion different departments, organizations and companies put the exhibition for providing information and new technologies, organic products, insecticides, pesticides, implements and value added products for the participating farmers.

Deputy Director Agriculture also gave remarks for the various schemes of the department for the welfare of the farmers. DDM, NABARD discussed various schemes and helps being provide by the banks for the welfare of the farmers.

At the last Dr S S Dhaka, proposed the vote of thanks to the minister for sparing her valuable time and other participatig district authority, officials of line department, exhibition putting agencies, press and Media.