Hyderabad: High cost for 5-day training course hurts city yard fans
Hyderabad: Amid the expanding interest of balcony yards in city locations, the Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University, (PJTSAU), Extension Education Institute, Hyderabad has actually prepared to arrange a five-day certification training course on ‘Terrace as well as Balcony Gardening’ for the newbies of Urban as well as Peri-Urban locations at EEIRajendranagar The training program will certainly begin from October 11 as well as will certainly wrap up on October 15.
According to a news release provided by the University, house manufacturers, staff members as well as plant fanatics– that intend to elevate a yard of both veggies as well as fruits on their balcony or yard can register their names. During the five-day lengthy training program, the yard specialists will certainly present yard elevating methods to the fitness instructors at Extension Education Institute,Rajendranagar
For a five-day of training, the college has actually dealt with a program cost of Rs.4,000 which is not refundable. Interested prospects need to register their names by checking out the web sites www.eeihyd.org or www.pjtsau.edu.in. For repayment certainly cost as well as enrollment of names, the last day has actually been dealt with as October 3. Moreover, the tool of direction will certainly be Telugu just. Apart from this only 30 prospects that paid the costs on a first-come-first-serve basis will certainly have the ability to participate in the training,” the release further said.
The certificate course is organised by Dr M Jagan Mohan Reddy, Director Extension Education Institute, Professor Dr P Vijaya Lakshmi and Professor Dr R Vasantha.
Meanwhile, the garden experts and enthusiasts in the city raised objections over the fixation of a huge course fee for a training period of mere five days.
“After finding out about the training course cost of Rs.4,000 for 5 days of training program being arranged by PJTSAU, Rajendranagar, I rejoice to be a component of City of Terrace Gardens (CTG) team, a Whatsapp system for finding out yard elevating over balcony. Apart from resolving questions each day, the admin as well as the specialists in the team will certainly aid you conquer the issues being encountered by you while elevating yards. They additionally uphold assistance in enhancing yard values with recommending far better means to manage insects, healthy protein as well as potting mix,” felt Anupama, a member of 15 CTG group.
Abdul Raheem, another garden enthusiast said, “Though we more than happy to read about the college campaign however are totally startled finding out the training course cost which is Rs.4,000/- for a period of 5 days. There are a number of YouTube networks as well as Whatsapp systems where we can discover standard of horticulture. Even the horticulture specialists on Doordarshan Kisan are giving training concerning elevating veggies as well as fruits over balcony for the newbies. This has actually transformed a number of laypersons plant fanatics right into an expert plant cultivator. Management of Agricultural University must hold such programs free as well as often to advertise city horticulture.”
Expressing displeasure over the fixation of huge amount as course fee for a training programme of just five days, Srinivas Harkara, a senior Supreme Court Advocate and founding admin of ‘City of Terrace Gardens (CTG)’ group, said, “Though the training program on elevating balcony yard is an inviting campaign however the training course cost of Rs.4,000/- for a period of plain 5 days is excessive to birth for individuals particularly the yard fanatics.”
“Being a farming college the monitoring of the establishment must arrange such programs free to advertise city horticulture,” he said, adding that “If called for the monitoring can take the aid of the government as well to magnify the setups for the yard fans. This will certainly urge an increasing number of individuals to elevate yards on their balcony in the city therefore sharing as well as meeting the extremely objective of the farming college.”