After Initiating the Move to Set UP a Second Production Ethanol Plant in Bargarh District With an Investment of `750 Crore, the Bharat Petroleum Corporation Limited Has Partnered With Odisha University of Agriculture and Technology to Support Bio-fuel in the State.
BPCL, a Maharatna Oil and Gas Company, on Sunday Signed a Memorandum of Agreement With Ouat for Establishment of Bio-fuel Chair in the University to Promote Research on Bio-fuel Production From Agricultural Wastes in the Presence of Union Petroleum and Natural Gas Minister Dharmendra Pradhan.
“I Urged the State Government to Extend Cooperation for Establishment of an Agri-business Incubation Centre in Ouat Campus to Promote Students, Farmers and Young Entrepreneurs in Odisha,” Pradhan Said Addressing a Meeting on the Occasion.
Offering Financial Support for the Proposed Incubation Centre, Pradhan Said the Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas Will Arrange Funds to the Tune of `30 Crore for the Project Which Will Go a Long Way in Promoting Agri-business in the State and Reach New Markets Across the Globe. This Will Also Give the Youth of the State a Platform to Become Entrepreneurs and Enhance the Income of Youths and Farmers.
I Urged the State Government to Extend Cooperation for Establishment of an Agri-business Incubation Centre in Ouat Campus to Promote Students, Farmers and Young Entrepreneurs in Odisha – Dharmendra Pradhan, Union Petroleum Minister
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