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YPARD India is looking for your participation in its Working Group!

Hello "YPs" in AR4D in India,

File:3D Full Spectrum Unity Holding Hands Concept - lumaxartYou may be aware that during National workshop on 'Foresight and Future Pathways of Agricultural Research Through Youth in India' (FFPARTY) held on March1-2, 2013 at New Delhi, YPARD-India was re-introduced!

YPARD-India is an initiave by and for Young  Agri-Professionals. It aims at better networking, strengthening linkages and knowledge sharing between different Agri. Professionals including stuheads to developing a national action plan to sustain Young Professionals in the agricultural sector.

The YPARD-India is also looking forward to work with national and international, public and private sector organizations and CGOs which actively involve ‘Youth’ in  Agricultural  Development.

For this purpose, YPARD-India is planning to constitute a ‘Working Group’ comprising various stakeholders with a basic aim at enhancing YPARD activities and involvement with different stakeholders and at different fora.

Currently, YPARD-India has 597 registered members, one of the largest group in the YPARD global network. Interestingly, YPARD-Asia Coordinating Unit is hosted by VIT University, Vellore.

Therefore active YPARD-India members willing to contribute significantly for Agricultural Development are encouraged to apply for the “YPARD-India Working Group” .

The applicant should be active member of YPARD-India and below 40 years of age. S/he should have a genuine understanding of YPARD mission and objectives. Interested members, please write to us at not later than July 20, 2013  with your CV (along with date of birth) and a motivation letter that expresses your interest and what your insight are for youth in ARD's empowerment in India.

We are egarer to hear from you!

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