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 National Dairy Mela 23-25 November, 2017

ICAR-CIRB participated at National Dairy Mela 23-25 November, 2017 at ICAR-NDRI, Karnal, Haryana. The team from ICAR-CIRB comprised of Dr. Sajjan Singh (Principal Scientist), Dr. Avijit Dey (Senior Scientist), Dr. Jerome A (Scientist), Dr. Mustafa H Jan (Scientist), Dr. TP Singh (ACTO) and Sh. Mohan Singh (TO). The farmers were imparted knowledge about the significance of high potential germplasm application, improved reproduction, balanced nutrition and research activities of ICAR-CIRB were displayed to the farmers. Many school children were also imparted knowledge on role of buffalo in milk production of India and motivated for scientific buffalo husbandry practices.

The chief guest of the Mela, Shri Chhabilendra Roul, Additional Secretary (DARE) & Secretary (ICAR) besides other dignitaries Dr. RRB Singh, Director NDRI and Dr AK Tomar, Director CSWRI visited the ICAR-CIRB stall at National Dairy Mela on 23rd November, 2017 at ICAR-NDRI, Karnal, Haryana.

  

                   

 

 
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Celebration of International Women’s Day, 2017

ICAR-Central Institute for Research on Buffaloes celebrated International Women’s Day on 8th March on theme “Be Bold for Change”  to support them for equality and empowerment. The initiative was taken to sensitize the rural women for increasing their access to productive assets and employment opportunities, eliminating gender biases at workplace and supporting technological innovations that may reduce the time burden of agriculture and domestic work. On this occasion, more than 150 women members of milk cooperative societies of village Hindwan and Rawalwas Khurd participated. This event was celebrated on convergence mode.  

                 

Representatives of different institutions including LUVAS, CCS HAU, ATMA, state department of animal husbandry, dairy milk cooperative,  school teachers and officers from agriculture development were invited who stressed on  the importance of empowering rural women farmers as agents of change for transforming food production and consumption. Dr. Inderjeet Singh Director CIRB graced the occasion and highlighted the need of education, nutrition and health for women. The whole event was coordinated by Dr. Hema Tripathi, Dr. V B Dixit and Dr. Sajjan Singh Principal Scientists of CIRB. The day was marked a call to action for accelerating gender parity. 

 
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Participation of ICAR-CIRB at State Level Livestock Show 27-29 October, 2017


ICAR-CIRB participated at State Level Livestock Show 27-29 October,2017 at Jhajjar, Haryana. The team from ICAR-CIRB comprised of Dr. Sajjan Singh (Principal Scientist) Dr.Jerome A(Scientist)and Sh.GD Tiwari (Technician).The farmers were imparted knowledge about the importance of buffalo husbandry as an indigenous livestock species to dairy farming and to substantiate income of farmers of all strata – starting from landless, marginal and small farmers to commercial enterprises.The significance of high potential germplasm application, improved reproduction, balanced nutrition and research activities of ICAR-CIRB were displayed to the farmers.


 

 

 Hon’ble Director ICAR-CIRB Dr Inderjeet Singh welcomed the dignitaries including,  Sh. Kaptan Singh Solanki (Governor, Haryana), Sh.Manhor Lal ji (Chief Minister, Haryana), Sh.Devender Chaudhary (Secretary DAHDF), ACS Sh Mahapatraji (Dept. ofAHD&F) visited the stall.  Also, Sh. OP Dhankhar (Agriculture Minister Haryana), Dr Gajender Jakhar (DG, Dept. of AHD&F), Dr. R Yadav (Chairman Farmers Commission), Dr Baliyan (Member, Farmers Commission) visited the ICAR-CIRB stall at State Level Livestock Show 27-29 October,2017, Jhajjar, Haryana.

 
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Director, CIRB showing champion buffalo bull to Hon'ble PM Shri Narendra Modi Ji during 'Krishi Unnati Mela' 

 

Director ICAR-CIRB, Dr. Inderjeet Singh explaining the importance of elite buffalo germplasm to Hon’ble Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi ji at the ‘Krishi Unnati Mela' on March 19th 2016 at IARI, Pusa, New Delhi.  Hon'ble PM took keen interest in the elite buffalo animals showed by the institute in the mela. Dr. Singh told Hon’ble PM that buffaloes alone contribute about 53% of country's milk production and because of this only the country is No. 1 in milk production. Further, buffalo meat earns the country thirty thousand crore annually. The farmers are earning extra income from buffaloes and they fit best for 'Make in India' slogan.

 

 

 
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