Women trained in modern dairy farming techniques


Mhow (Madhya Pradesh): A five-day training course for women on empowering women through dairy farming, funded by the National Women’s Commission, was held from 7-11 November 2022 at the Veterinary and Animal Husbandry College, Mhow. In the closing ceremony, Dean Dr. BP Shukla that in modern times women are walking alongside men in all fields and that educating women with scientific methods in the field of animal husbandry will prove to be very beneficial.

Nodal Officer Dr. Deepak Gangil said a total of 10 trainings were received from National Commission for Women, New Delhi. These trainings were conducted in Jabalpur, Mhow and Rewa. A total of 25 women from different districts of Malwa like Dhar, Barwani, Ujjain, Shajapur, Dewas, Agar etc. took part in the first training. In this training, the women were taken along with lectures to visit the Gir Farm of Kasturba Gram Krishi Vigyan Kendra and the Sanchi Plant of the Indore Milk Union. The women were also taught how to make cheese.

NABARD’s District Development Manager, Indore Nagesh Chaurasia, was also present at the closing ceremony. Feedback on the training was also obtained from the trainees. Vimla, a female participant in the training, said that in this training we received information about new techniques related to dairy farming and will not only implement these techniques but also spread them in her area.

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