Bijesh Mishra, originally from Nepal, is a Graduate Research Assistant and MS (Environment Studies) scholar in Kentucky State University, KY, USA. He completed his B. Sc. (Agriculture) with the major in Agriculture Economics from Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science (IAAS), Tribhuvan University, Nepal and worked for USAID funded Suaahara (Good Nutrition) project in Rasuwa, one of the remote districts of Nepal, for nine months after completion of UG.
His interest lies in policy planning of common issues related with Environment and Agriculture Science such as Food Security, Sustainable Development, Natural Resource Economics and Climate Change. Some of his other interests are Rural Development and Planning, ICTs in Agriculture Youth Leadership, Women Empowerment. He is interested in working on policy planning and economic aspects of agriculture and environment issues, natural resource management especially for small farmers. Now, Mr. Mishra is conducting his researches in farm diversification and sustainable issues of small farmers in Kentucky. His hobbies are playing guitar, listening music, adventures and trekking, ICT, blogging, photography, hanging with computer and internet.
Skills and Specialization: Computer (Basic); Microsoft Office [2007 & 2010]; Research and Report Writing; Social Media and ICTs [Web Tools 2.0, Blogging and Microblogging, Online Surveying, Event Management and Discussion]; GIS and Remote Sensing (Learning Phase) etc.
He is kind, friendly and gregarious boy who likes doing and learning new things and ideas in life. Main propose of this blog is to share ideas, views, knowledge, experiences and creations and bridging the gap with external world. Besides, he is managing, Facebook group “Common Platform for AgriBloggers: Learn and Share” [https://www.facebook.com/groups/agribloggers] providing common platform for agriculture enthusiasts, blogger and non-bloggers, from diverse locations.
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Last but not the least:
“Its always bonus to start with a win but the most important is not to start with loss”