ICAR 40 425 PROCEEDINGS OF THE EIGHTH MEETING OF THE CROPS AND SOILS WING OF THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE AND ANIMAL HUSBANDRY IN INDIA Held at PATIALA from 28th to the 31st March 1950 PUBLISHED BY THE MANAGER OF PUBLICATIONS DELHI. [...]. fast of Members and Visitors who attended the Eighth Meeting of the Crops and Soils Wing of the Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in India held at Patiala from the 28th to the 31st March 1950. [...] On account of the importance of this subject the item has been included in the agenda for discussion by the Board and I have no doubt that your deliberations will result in giving the necessary guidance to the country in this respect. [...] In the improvment of their standard of living and conditions of work lies the secret of the prosperity of the nation. [...] Inspite of the improve ments which live been effected in a number of directions as a re sult of the worof the State Agriculture Departments and the initiative of the I.C.A.
|List of Members and Visitors Who Attended the Eighth Meeting of the Corps and Soils Wing of the Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in India Held at Patiala from the 28th to the 31st March 1950||1-1||unknown|
|Opening Speech by Sardar Datar Singh Vice-Chairman Indian Council of Agricultural Research at the Inaugural Session of the Crops and Soils Wing of the Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in India at Patiala on Tuesday the 28th March 1950||2-5||unknown|
|Speech by H. H. the Raj Pramukh of Pepsu at the Inauguration of the Eighth Meeting of the Crops and Soils Wing at Patiala on 28th March 1950||6-8||unknown|
|Proceedings of the Eighth Meeting of the Crops and Soils Wing Held at Patiala||9-36||unknown|
|Proceedings of the Meeting of Sub-Committee No. I of the Crops & Soils of the Board of Agriculture and Animal Husbandry in India Held at Patiala on 28th & 29th March 1950 to Consider the 'Measures to Be Adopted for Increased Production of Alternative Food Crops Particularly Root Crops Like Tapioca Sweet Potatoes Yams Colocasia Etc. for Making Up the Deficit of Food Grains in the Country'||37-53||unknown|