Important! Announchement The online Training Programme on "Soft Skills for interpersonal Effectiveness" Scheduled to be held on 14th July 2020 is now postponed to 28th July 2020(Not 27th July as mentioned earlier) due to total Lockdown in Jorhat from 9th July to 15th July 2020.
The Extension Education Institute (EEI), Jorhat is a regional training institute for capacity building of extension functionaries engaged in agricultural […]Reade More
Welcome To Extension Education Institute (NE Region)
Extension Education Institute (EEI) is a regional level institute with the main mandate to provide capacity building to middle level extension functionaries of the departments and organizations of agricultural development, particularly in the discipline of Extension Education. The Department of Agriculture and Cooperation (DAC), Ministry of Agriculture, Govt. of India has established four EEIs for four regions of the country: EEI (Southern Region) at Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, EEI (Northern Region) at Nilokheri, Haryana, EEI (Western Region) at Anand, Gujarat, and EEI (NE Region) at Jorhat, Assam. EEI (NE Region) was established in 1987 at Assam Agricultural University (AAU), Jorhat to cater to the need of capacity building of the extension functionaries of the NE states. It functions under the administrative control of Assam Agricultural University (AAU), Jorhat on the basis of annual Memorandum of Understanding between DAC, MoA, GOI, New Delhi and AAU, Jorhat. The DAC, MoA, GOI provides the fund for the institute under its non-plan budget head. The operational area of EEI (NE Region) covers nine states which include, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Sikkim, Tripura and West Bengal.
Silk Women from Mokokchung Village In Nagaland shining bright
In rural and semi urban areas, a large number of women folk are engaged in various activities related from soil to silk. Ten (10) females from Mokokchung village who were engaged in sericulture activity were struggling to meet their ends meet.Reade More
Artificial insemination helping farmer in Medziphema village of Nagaland
Ms Atsole, a progressive pig breeder in Mediphema village has four children. She is a mere vendor by profession in the nearby town. Her husband works in a contractual government department as grade IV staff with meagre income to sustain the family.Reade More
Flourishing Floriculture in Mylliem Block of Meghalaya
It all started in the year 2001 when Warjri came in contact with the agriculture officer, who advised her to take up floriculture as business entity. In the same year she was allotted with a small low cost poly-house. In the year 2007Reade More