SRINAGAR: Successful implementation of DBT in fertiliser sector is able to promote transparency and accountability in the entire fertiliser sector. This was stated by Joint Director Agriculture Extension Abdul Rahim Samoon at a daylong training programme for master trainers regarding the use of Point of Sale Machines (PoS) and ‘to-go-live’ in fertiliser sector on Direct Benefit Transfer (DBT) across the Kashmir division including Leh and Kargil held here on Wednesday.
He underlined the importance of such training programmes in enhancing the expertise and operation management of the complete process of direct benefit transfer system. He said that it would strengthen the abilities of master trainers to completely implement the latest digital innovations in the agriculture sector, an official handout read.
During the training programme, the master trainers of Srinagar, Baramulla, Kupwara, Bandipora, Budgam, Pulwama, Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian, Ganderbal, Leh and Kargil districts were imparted training on various aspects of use of point of sale machines and direct benefit transfer system in fertiliser sector, it further read.
The trainees were also enlightened with the new versions of point of sale machines. Around 150 master trainers participated in the daylong workshop.