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Course Objectives :
Understand and explain dairying as a growing rural business
Acquire and impart knowledge in latest technologies in the field of milk business
Exhibit a high professional commitment and motivate trainees for development of cooperative milk business
Focus Area :
Facilitate improvement of member participation, coverage in terms of 'Depth' and 'Spread'
Facilitate awareness about improved animal management practices and latest innovations in dairy sector
Batch Size :25
Nature of Training : Residential
Duration :5 days
Target Participants : Trainers and or Procurement Personnel/staff involved in training
Brief Description of the course: Challenges faced by dairy cooperatives and strategies to overcome them. National Dairy Plan. Importance of value-based institutions,Roles and responsibilities of Pourer members, DCS secretary ,Board of Directors, Chairman. DCS-Union and Board-management relations.Pricing of milk, Trends in Milk Marketing. New initiatives in productivity enhancement, in view of NDP. Ration Balancing Programme. Area specific animal health related issues. Quality assurance at Producer, DCS and dairy plant level. Participation of women in dairy cooperatives.Understanding key operational costs and its implication on producer milk price. Producer relation management and grievance redressal.Capacity building –a key to promote greater and effective participation of members. Achievement Motivation,Importance of MIS in dairy business, How to communicate effectively,Demonstration of milk billing software.