HPMLIS Milk Plant
- General Training Programmes:
- Specific Training Programmes:
- Training of Veterinary Pharmacists:
- Training in A.I (Artificial Insemination):
- Veterinary Pharmacists Training Institute (2-Years Diploma Course):
- Training in Artificial Insemination and Reproductive Techniques to the Panchayat Veterinary Assistants:
- Refresher Training on Livestock Management and Field based problems to the Veterinary Pharmacists.
The Society has established a “Centre of Excellence” at the Farm measuring 157 bighas and 7 bis was of land (about 32 Acres) situated at village Kotla Barog in Tehsil Pachhad, district Sirmour (HP). This land has been given by the Department of Animal Husbandry, State Government of Himachal Pradesh to the Society on the basis of Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop it as “Centre of Excellence”. The society has established demonstrative units at this Farm on the various developmental activities like dairy, goat rearing, raising of nurseries, green fodder, vermin culture, vermi compost, soil-water conservation, rain water harvesting etc. This Centre is serving as a Nodal Institution to impart training in latest packages in practical farming techniques in the fields of agri-vet.based subjects responsible for maintenance of economic sustainable status. The centre covers the farmers’ groups from whole of the state.
The Society has been engaged to impart trainings to the field functionaries and farmers under the state/centrally sponsored area development, poverty alleviation, employment generation and other social welfare schemes/Programmes including Livestock Management, Watershed Management, environment Conservation and other livelihood vocational training courses being sponsored by the Department of Animal Husbandry,Rural Development, Social Welfare, Mid Himalayan Watershed Project and by other Governmental & Non-Governmental Organizations.
The Milch Livestock Improvement Society, Solan has been identified as a Nodal Institute to impart training to Veterinary Pharmacists by the Department of Animal Husbandry, Government of Himachal Pradesh and the short or long term training courses to the veterinary functionaries of the Department have been assigned to be conducted by the Society and have accordingly approved the validation of the certificates issued to the trainees. The Society is imparting training to the Para Vets. In Artificial Insemination and Reproductive Techniques .Also Imparting Refresher Training on Livestock Management and Field based problems. So far the Society has imparted training to 1584 Para Vets. and other field functionaries of the Department.
Livestock Management & Training Institute:
- Veterinary Pharmacists Training Course ”(2-years diploma course):
- About the Training Course
- (i) Fresh Candidates: Plus two (+2) pass from HP Board of School Education or any recognized Board/Institution.
- Eligible Class-IV Employees sponsored by the Animal Husbandry Department.
- SUPPLY OF BALANCED FEED.
- Production of Green Fodder:
- Planting Material:
- ESTABLISHMENT OF REVIVAL CENTRE FOR UNPRODUCTIVE AND DRY ANIMALS AND PRODUCTION OF VERMI COMPOST:
- Mushroom Production unit.
- Fishery & Poultry farming.
The Society has established “Livestock Management & Training Institute” at Kotla Barog. The Institution is well equipped with the experienced faculty, well furnished Class rooms equipped with teaching tools, library, laboratory & communication gadgets, livestock handling laboratory, Feed & fodder laboratory, practical pharmacy, Diagnostic & surgical tools & instruments laboratories, elite animal unit, dry animal unit and the demonstration units on other allied fields like Soil-water conservation, Rain water harvesting, production of green fodder, vermin culture, vermin compost and other agri-vet.packages. The Institution has the facility of hostel separately for male and female trainees to accommodate 140 trainees at a time. The mess and canteen facilities are also available in the Hostel.
The Society is running Veterinary Pharmacist Training Course at its livestock management & Training Institute,Kotla Barog since 2009. This Training Course has been approved by the State Government of Himachal Pradesh The Course has been affiliated with H.P.University of Agriculture,Palampur and registered with the H.P.Para Vety.Council. 12.5% seats have been reserved for eligible in-service class-IV employees of the Department of Animal Husbandry.
|1||Duration of Course||Two years including field practical training|
|3||Age||18-28 years 1st 5-years upper age relaxation to the Candidates belonging to reserved Categories.|
|4||Selection||Purely on merit basis.|
|5||Reservation||As per the reservation policy prescribed by Govt. of H.P.|
|6||Syllabus:||As approved by the Government of Himachal Pradesh|
The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th & 5th sessions of the Course (2009-11, 2010-12,2011-13, 2012-14 & 2013-15) have been completed and the qualified vety. pharmacists of the 1st batch have been employed in the Department of Animal Husbandry and the others in the Vety. Dispensaries opened under Mukhya Mantri Pashudhan Arogya Yojana as Panchayat Veterinary Assistants Besides, 189 eligible Class-IV employees of the Department of the Animal Husbandry who completed the vety.pharmacists Diploma Course in 1st to 4th batch have since been promoted to the posts of Veterinary Pharmacists in the Department. At present, the 6th session is going on.
The society has taken up the supply of balanced feed/Milch Ration on demand to the milch livestock breeders of the District on No profit No loss basis. The feed is procured from H.P Agro.Parwanu.
The green fodder is produced in the Farm at Kotla Barog to meet the requirement of dairy unit and Go Sadan. The dry fodder is imported from Haryana & Punjab.
The Society has raised nursery in the farm at Kotla Barog for the production of roots/cuttings/seed of high yielding grasses and fodder plants and being supplied to the Department of Animal Husbandry and other demanding agencies/departments and individuals.
The society has also taken up the management of dry stray cattle in its centre at Kotla Barog to bring them into their re-productive cycle as well as for production of vermi culture and vermi compost. This arrangement where on one side eliminating the public grievance caused by these dry animals there on the other side are made self viable in sustainable manner.
To give further boost and strength to the above initiatives, the Society has also the proposal to start the following activities in the Farm at Kotla Barog