Govt constitutes Technical Monitoring Committee to promote bovine breeding

Srinagar—The Government Wednesday constituted an eight member Technical Monitoring Committee to review the implementation of Bovine Breeding Projects in the State.

“Sanction is hereby accorded to the constitution of Technical Monitoring Committee, comprising the following, to regularly review the implementation of Bovine Breeding Projects in the State under Central Sector Scheme “National Programme for Bovine Breeding and Dairy Development” (NPBBDD), viz. National Programme for Bovine Breeding (NPBB), National Mission for Bovine Productivity (NMBP) and Rashtriya Gokui Mission (RGM),” an order issued by the General Administration Department (GAD) said.

To be headed by the Administrative Secretary, Animal/Sheep Husbandry & Fisheries Department, the members of the Committee include Chairman, Jammu & Kashmir Milk Producers Cooperative Ltd, Directors, Animal Husbandry, Jammu/Kashmir, Representative of Department of Animal Husbandry, Dairying & Fisheries, Ministry of Agriculture and Farmer Welfare, Government of India, Representative from the Central Herd Registration, Representative of Rural Development and Panchayati Raj (not below the rank of Special Secretary), Head of Department, Animal Breeding & Genetics, SKUAST, Jamrnu/Kashmir and Chief Executive Officer, Livestock Development Board, Jammu/Kashmir.

The Technical Monitoring Committee shall review the component-wise progress of projects under the Rashtriya – Gokul Mission (NPBB and NMBP), Pashu Sanjivni, Field Performance Recording, expansion of Artificial Insemination (AI) Network and establishment of Gokul Gram.


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