Thursday, June 20, 2024

Baramati Trust to Launch Agricultural Courses in Oxford | Trust for agricultural development


Baramati: The Artificial Intelligence of the Foundation for Agricultural Development here has been recognized by the world-renowned Oxford University. With the help of the trust, a new course will now be launched at Oxford.

President of the organization on behalf of the Agriculture Development Trust Sharad pawar The Atal Incubation and Innovation Center was recently created with your support. Through this center it is trying to use innovative and modern technology for high-yield crops at low cost.

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During the recent visit of the trustee of the Prataprao Pawar institute to England, a scientist from the University of Oxford, Dr. had a discussion with Ajit Gavkar.

After the discussion, he interacted with Nilesh Nalawade, CEO of Baramati, and Sarang Nerkar, a young scientist. Nilesh Nalawade, a graduate of Wageningen University in the Netherlands, and Sarang Nerkar, a former scientist at the University of Toronto, spoke with Dr. Javakar about augmented reality. The Oxford Board of Directors has appointed Nilesh Nalawade and Sarang Nerkar as expert trainers for this course.

Portable computing is the ability of any computer and artificial intelligence to detect pests, diseases, and nutrient deficiencies in the field ten to fifteen days before the naked eye.

After discussing the use of artificial agricultural principles in the field of agriculture, as well as research on the use of portable computing technology after harvest, Dr. Javakar expressed his satisfaction. Oxford University technicians have decided to present the training to local entrepreneurs in February.

Oxford hopes to forge a long-term partnership with the Trust in the field of technology, which will include sharing multidimensional technologies for the agricultural sector by editing greenhouse data for artificial intelligence.

An agreement will be reached soon …

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will soon be signed between the Agricultural Development Trust and Vidya Pratishthan’s Kamalnayan Bajaj College of Engineering and Architecture, as well as the University of Oxford Center of Excellence in Artificial Intelligence.

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The result of Sharad Pawar’s vision …

Sharad Pawar, president of the trust, had insisted that the technology should be used for the agricultural sector. He was instrumental in many new projects, including the establishment of Incubation and Innovation Centers. Sharad Pawar’s role is crucial in shaping the new relationship between Baramati and Oxford. Sharad Pawar expressed her satisfaction in realizing that the course will now start at Oxford.


We are proud of the fact that young people are sowing the seeds of innovation in Maharashtra’s soil and an enabling environment for it is being created through the Agricultural Development Fund – Prataprao Pawar, Trustee, Agricultural Development Fund, Baramati.

Milind Sangai, Baramati.

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