Huang Chang-Hao from Taiwan visits Guru Kashi University

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Huang Chang-Hao particularly impressed by wonderful landscaping and good architectural buildings of University. While interacting with the Registrar, Deans & Directors of the University Huang Chang-Hao apprised them of the enormous Tea Business, he is dealing with in Taiwan. He also stated that National 4-H Club Association comprising India, Korea, Taiwan and Israel aims at youth exchange, especially the young farmers who visit these countries and stay there for about a month, acquaint themselves with the new farming techniques and other developments in the field of agriculture. @ www.cityairnews.com
 
Talwandi Sabo, October 17, 2014: A renowned member of National 4-H Club Association Huang Chang-Hao from Taiwan accompanied by Gaurav Saharn and Bhavuk Bishnoi members from India visited Guru Kashi University, Talwandi Sabo today. On arriving Talwandi Sabo they paid obeisance at Takhat Sri Damdama Sahib. On reaching GKU they were welcomed by officers of University. They visited University College of Agriculture and were greatly impressed by the infrastructure there. 
Huang Chang-Hao particularly impressed by wonderful landscaping and good architectural buildings of University. While interacting with the Registrar, Deans & Directors of the University Huang Chang-Hao apprised them of the enormous Tea Business, he is dealing with in Taiwan. He also stated that National 4-H Club Association comprising India, Korea, Taiwan and Israel aims at youth exchange, especially the young farmers who visit these countries and stay there for about a month, acquaint themselves with the new farming techniques and other developments in the field of agriculture.
Dr. N.S. Malhi, Vice Chancellor GKU stated that The National 4-H Club association is indeed doing a yeoman’s service through Youth Exchange which will lead to more developments in agriculture in these four countries.
Sukhraj Singh Sidhu, Managing Director stated that GKU will extend all sorts of cooperation to this association and would also like to avail the facility of Youth Exchange so that agriculture students of the University would move ahead. 
 
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Friday, October 17, 2014