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A total of 35 students have registered for the four-year BSc degree programme in organic agriculture
A total of 35 students have registered for the four-year BSc degree programme in organic agriculture

CNR starts BSc in organic agriculture 

To develop human resource capacity in organic agriculture and to contribute to the country’s food security and sufficiency goals, the College of Natural Resources (CNR) in Lobesa, Punakha launched a BSc programme in Organic Agriculture yesterday.

A total of 35 students have enrolled in the four-year course that begins today.

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