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Bayer – RVJ School of Agriculture celebrates its third convocation

Hyderabad|India|June'2010: “I will cherish this moment forever. The course is a very skill-oriented one. I have already received some job offers,” said Maruboina Sowndarya, a girl student who completed the course successfully. She hails from Guntur District in Andhra Pradesh. She was speaking at the The Bayer- Ramanaidu Vignana Jyothi School of Agriculture (Bayer- RVJ School) at the third Convocation Ceremony of the School.

Speaking on the occasion, Dr. D. Ramanaidu, President of Vignana Jyothi Executive Committee said “I am glad to note that 31 students of Bayer – RVJ School of Agriculture have successfully completed the six months intensive Farm Assistantship course. This course will provide them with many career options in the arena of agriculture. This year, in order to further make the course more functional for students, we have converted the previous format of the one-year course into a six-month intensive course. This will help students in graduating quickly from the School and find viable career options.” Dr.Kakarla Subba Rao, former president of Vignana Jyothi, Dr. Kode Satyanarayana, Chairman, Advisory Committee, Dr. A. Ravi Kumar, Principal, Dr. Arjun Rao, Director, C.V. Rao, Chief Administrator and some of the Board members of Bayer- RVJ School of Agriculture, also spoke on the occasion.

The School was established as a part of Bayer CropScience overarching umbrella ‘Learning for Life’ strategy to foster (science) education globally as part of its Corporate Social Responsibility Programme. This School is an initiative of the Child Care Programme, the first-of-its-kind social intervention model developed and successfully implemented in an industry with a farm-based supply chain that aims at getting children off the fields of contract farmers and into the school.

“The Farm Assistantship course is very relevant to today’s agricultural scenario that is fast changing its dynamics. There’s an urgent need for trained professionals at the grass root level and students from Bayer- RVJ School of Agriculture can fit into this profile very well. This course will provide livelihood skills for underprivileged youth and empower them in finding viable career options,” said Jens Hartmann, Country Head India & Head, Bayer CropScience South Asia in a statement.

The Faculty of this school includes distinguished academicians, members of the agricultural research community and scientists and guest lecturers from Managers from Bayer CropScience Limited.

-June'' 2010

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