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NIESBUD organizing programme to help become govt certified commercial dairy farming consultant

New Delhi, May 12 (KNN) Keeping in view the immense opportunities available in Commercial Dairy Farming Business and lack of trained Consultants and entrepreneurs in this field, the National Institute for Entrepreneurship and Small Business Development (NIESBUD) has designed special two days Training Programme on “Be A Government Certified Commercial Dairy Farming Consultant”.

The programme would be held the NCR region of Noida on May 14-15, 2016 at the NIESBUD campus.

The programme envisages enabling the aspiring entrepreneurs setting up own and/or help others in setting Commercial Dairy Farm in India.

The Entrepreneurship Development programme deals with the various aspects of Setting up Own Dairy Farm unit and Milk Processing Plant and economic parameters connected with them.
The Main objectives of the Programme includes -understand the wide scope of Commercial Dairy Farming Business in India and abroad;  To identify & understand various aspects related to Infrastructure Development and Technology Selection for Farm setting and Milk processing; To know the important breeds of dairy suitable for commercial dairy farming and their selection criteria; and more.

The programme would be highly beneficial for – aspiring entrepreneurs; rural & urban youth; dairy farmers; consultants; officials from dairy departments & animal husbandry, milk federations; students, retired, etc.

According to a study, the demand of milk and milk products in India is projected to increase to 191.3 million tons in 2020. At the existing rate of growth in milk production, in next decade, supply will fall short of the demand.

Together with the increase in domestic demand of milk at the international level has opened new scope of international trade for the Indian dairy sector.

As such there are tremendous opportunities for large scale investment and scope for commercial dairy farming business. (KNN Bureau)

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