The School of Livelihood & Rural Development (SLRD) has ramped up its activities with the acquisition of the largest apparel and garment manufacturing unit in Meghalaya. Located at Hatisil near Ampati in South West Garo Hills and covering an area of 150,000 sq. ft., the unit was set up at a cost of approximately Rs.
Building Market Connect Finding the right markets is the key to any successful and fruitful livelihood generation project SLRD is in process launching its brand LIVING ROOTS HANDMADE LIVING ROOTS ORGANIC LIVING ROOTS ORGANIC is a retail brand being established for selling raw and processed agriculture and horticulture produce. SLRD is in process of setting
Affordable Bio Fertiliser and Bio Pesticide range from SLRD. SLRD in collaboration with Assam Agriculture University, Jorhat and ICAR-NEH has developed a range of Bio Pesticides and Bio Fertilisers. Farm Tiger is more effective and affordable to the farmer. This will ensure continuance of usage of organic methods in the region.
School of Livelihood & Rural Development (SLRD) is an autonomous institution working with Government of India, various State Governments and other institutions towards long term sustainable development of India. The mission of SLRD is to promote long term sustainable development and livelihood generation through campaigns, publicity, education and action programmes. SLRD is spearheading entrepreneurship movement
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India is the fourth largest energy consumer in the world after the United States, China and Russia, and the country relies extensively on imports for its energy needs. Solar and other renewable energy sources account for only 2 per cent of India’s energy, with coal (24 %), combustible renewables and waste (24 %), oil