Friday, 5 December 2014

Doodh Ganga

Government of India’s dairy business enterprise scheme is Doodh Ganga Yojana. This scheme offers fractional interest free credits & capital grant provisions to encourage planned dairy farming & generate service openings in Himachal Pradesh.
Department of Animal Husbandry of Government of India has launched this scheme as a dairy undertaking assets plan to be executed by the National Bank for Agriculture & Rural Development (NABARD). The program helps to convert micro dairy farming ventures into planned dairy
commerce ventures. Doodh Ganga Yojana aims to carefully encourage 50,000 rural families by the arrangement of ten thousand Self Help Groups inside 3 year duration. The program makes complete necessities to vend dairy goods on a larger level.
The chief aim of the proposal was to generate optional income for local inhabitants concerned with the project. The secondary aim was to start a 'white revolution' by the flourishing execution of the proposal.

The proposal has been triumphant in lifting the economic position of the rural inhabitants concerned with it. Total 2531 cases are already supported by Doodh Ganga Yojana up to this time. From a total of the projected 300 crore objective, credit to the tune of fifty crore are by now advanced to the recipients.

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