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1. Directorate of Dairy Development :

· We are committed to consistently satisfy our customers with superior quality and wholesome milk and milk products.

· To bridge the gap of demand of processed milk and its supply, we intend to fully utilize the production capacities as well as further augment the milk processing and packaging facilities of Govt. dairies.

· Strive to achieve our goal by efficient utilization of resources, appointment of fresh technical and skilled manpower, developing a motivated work force, skillful execution of operations

OBJECTIVES:

· Installation of New Plant & machinery

· Thorough Renovation of existing plants

· Redefining the Raw Milk Procurement system

· Reframing the Packaged milk and milk products distribution system

· Diversification to value-added dairy products.

PLANNING

2013 – 2014

As per the Administrative calendar,

(i) To complete 30% of the Installation job of Plant and machineries at Haringhata Dairy under RIDF Programme

2014 – 2015

(i) To start processing and packaging of 10000 litres of milk / day at Haringhata Dairy with newly installed plant and machinery by June 2014 so that total processed milk supply by the Directorate reaches 50000 litres / day.

(ii) To initiate and complete thorough renovation of Central dairy so that 100000 litres of milk per day can be processed and packaged daily.

(iii) Milk Distribution system to be restructured. 100% of the existing Milk booths to be converted to modern kiosks by dovetailing the sale system of WB Livestock Dev. Corp. Ltd., Dte. Of Dairy Dev. & Mother Dairy, Calcutta. Also, shifting from Distributors to Franchisee system thereby opening new kiosks.

(iv) To launch Milk Chocolate (10 kg / day)

2015 – 2016

(i) Increase supply of processed milk from Central dairy and Haringhata dairy to 80000 litres / day.

(ii) Complete the renovation and modernization project of Haringhata Dairy.

Proviso to the Plan:

· Milk Fed. should supply the required quantity of good quality milk to Govt. dairies.

· Milk Fed. presently collects only about 4% of raw milk in the State. So the possibility of procurement from private Producer – suppliers are to be explored.

· Raw milk procurement price to be upwardly revised from time to time to encourage milk producers to supply milk to Govt. dairies.

· Direct / Indirect subsidy in the form of electricity subsidy, Bank loan subsidy etc. to be extended to producer – supplier commensurate with their supply of milk to Govt. dairies.

· Sale price of milk and milk products to be upwardly revised from time to time to avoid business loss.

· Recruitment of highly skilled technical staff at attractive remuneration on contractual basis.

· Relevant Govt. G.O’s and Rules to be modified, as required.

· Govt. measures to stop Skimmed Milk Powder export at the time of milk scarcity.

2. Directorate of Animal Resources and Animal Health :

Livestock Sector offer unprecedented opportunities for human development through poverty reduction and enhanced nutritional security. Most poor people live in rural areas and are dependent on mixed crop-livestock farming system for their livelihood. The long term objective of the Department is to inspire and support the common people to lead quality life through sustainable livestock and poultry farming for providing food and nutritional security as a vision. The aim of the Department is to improve the quality of animal resources, increase production animal products and create marketing facilities of animal products and thereby improvement of rural economy of the State.

The Department has established an extensive network in the rural areas to provide animal health care, training facilities and cooperative establishment.

The State of West Bengal is richly endowed with various livestock and poultry. Despite having the numbers, production of livestock products does not commensurate with the internal requirement of the State as per ICMR norms.

This is because all livestock and poultry are indigenous and low-productive species except Black Bengal Goat, Garole Sheep and Ghoongru pig. Augmentation of production and productivity is the most challenging constraint that the State has addressed. Availability of feed and fodder is another serious constraint.

The State has, however, made significant progress in the development of animal resources in the State in recent years. In spite of significant increase in major livestock products every year, per capita availability of milk, meat & egg has been increasing at an alarmingly low pace; in other words, production has not been sufficient to keep pace with the annual growth of population. This shortfall is reflected in the market by way of Price hike and compromising in quality.

1. POSITION OF MAJOR LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS WITH RESPECT TO 11TH FIVE YEAR PLAN :

Internal requirement

Item

Unit

2007-08

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12

MILK

Thousand MT →

5747

5849

5889

5957

6060

EGG

Million →

8747

8874

8964

9067

9198

MEAT

Thousand MT →

958

978

982

993

1007

State’s Production

MILK

Thousand MT →

4077

4195

4300

4472

4660

EGG

Million →

3121

3105

3698

4001

4337

MEAT

Thousand MT →

515

527

545

577

611

2. POSITION OF MAJOR LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS DURING 2012-13:

Item

Nutritive require-

ment as per ICMR Norm

Nutritive require-

ment as per State Norm

Requirement & Availability of major Livestock Products

2012-13

Unit

Per capita availability

Unit

Require-ment

Production

Annual Shortfall

2012-13

MILK

220 gm per day

180 gm per day

Thousand MT →

6128

4860

 

gm per day →

144

EGG

183 No. per annum

100 No. per annum

Million

9327

4707

 

No. per annum →

51

MEAT

60 gm per day

30 gm per day

Thousand MT →

1021

648

 

gm per day →

18

3. TARGET OF MAJOR LIVESTOCK PRODUCTS WITH RESPECT TO 12TH FIVE YEAR PLAN :

Internal requirement

Item

Unit

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

MILK

Thousand MT →

6170

6255

6342

EGG

Million →

9390

9521

9653

MEAT

Thousand MT →

1028

1043

1057

Production Target

MILK

Thousand MT →

5078

5307

5546

EGG

Million →

5325

5858

6444

MEAT

Thousand MT →

671

697

724

Target may be achieved through:

· Up-gradation of breeds and poultry birds

· Production of quality feed and fodder

· Extension of health services through Institutions and camps including awareness camps.

· Promotion of Milk Co-operatives and Dairies

· Promotion of processing and marketing of livestock products

· Capacity building of farmers & unemployed youths including women SHGs.

· Employment generation, self-employment and women empowerment through livestock and poultry farming

· Insurance coverage of livestock & poultry.

ACTION PLAN: DAIRY SECTOR

SL. NO.

SHORT TERM MEASURES

MEDIUM/LONG TERM MEASURES

STAKEHOLDER

1.

· Sensitization of farmers for scientific livestock & poultry farming.

· Private Dairy Farms will be encouraged specially Buffalo Farms.

Directorate of AR & AH

· Improved Animal Health Coverage through Vaccination & Treatment at Veterinary Dispensaries/ Hospitals/ animal Health camps.

· Improvement of infrastructure of Block Livestock Development Officer, Block Animal Health Centers, Addl. Block Animal Health Centers, State Block Animal Health Centers and establishment of Polyclinics.

· Training of Farmers & refreshers’ training of Vets & paravets.

· Operation of Mobile Veterinary Care units to provide Door-step Veterinary Services.

2.

· . 42.55 Lakh A.I. for promoting breed improvement.

· Improvement of local breed low productive cattle through Artificial Insemination (AI). During 2012-13, 38.21 Lakhs of A.I. was performed which covers only 30% of total breedable cattle population of the State. Target has been fixed to cover 50% breedable cattle by 2016- 17.

Paschim Banga Go-Sampad Bikash Sanstha (PBGSBS)

 

· Heifer Rearing Programme has been taken up in 100 Avijan Blocks that includes insurance, de-worming, vaccination, doorstep primary health check up upto the age of 3 years. Presently about 2.50 lakhs of Crossbred or Up-Graded Heifers are taken under this scheme. Every year additional 3 lakh Heifers will be brought under this scheme.

 

· Promote additional 1000 Pranibandhus as Self Employed A.I. workers in 2014-15 & 2015-16.

 

· Strengthening of present 03 nos. of Frozen Semen Bull Station will be made in such extent that the State’s demand of FS Straw will be fulfilled by 2016-17.

· Establishment of one new Bull Mother Farm at State Livestock Farm, Kalyani.

 

SL. NO.

SHORT TERM MEASURES

MEDIUM/LONG TERM MEASURES

STAKEHOLDER

3.

 

· Fodder-

ü Maize production to be increased with the help of Agriculture Department

ü Fodder cultivation may be taken up as inter-crop by Agriculture Department.

Agriculture Department

4.

 

ü Plantation of Fodder Trees in Social Forestry programme.

Forest Department

POULTRY SECTOR:

SL. NO.

SHORT TERM MEASURES

MEDIUM/LONG TERM MEASURES

STAKEHOLDER

1.

· Distribution of 50 Lakhs chicks/ducklings for backyard poultry farming annually.

· Strengthening of 27 numbers of Government poultry farms in phases.

Directorate of AR & AH

· At least one Mother Unit for Brooding of chicks in each Block.

· Establishment of two large Government poultry farm at Suri, Birbhum & Haringhata, Nadia to produce at least 4 lakh DOC in each farm per annum.

· Establishment of one large Government poultry farm at Medinipur having capacity of 4 lakh DOC in each farm per annum.

· Promote about 6908 ‘Small Animal Vaccinator’ (PRANIMITRA) from amongst members of SHGs in self employed mode for large scale vaccination of small animals and poultry birds.

· Promotion ofbankable schemes of GOI :

ü Commercial Layer poultry farms of 1000/5000 layers.

ü Broiler units of 1000-5000 birds.

· Incentive scheme towards setting up of commercial layer farms of a minimum size of 20000 to maximum of 1 lakh layer birds & 10000 Broiler Breeders.

.

2

· Provide low electricity tariff to poultry sector similar to agricultural sector.

 

Agriculture Department & Power Department

3

 

· Increase in production of Maize and Soya- by Agriculture Department.

Agriculture Department

 

SMALL ANIMAL SECTOR:

SL. NO.

SHORT TERM MEASURES

MEDIUM/LONG TERM MEASURES

STAKEHOLDER

1.

· Distribution of Goat, Sheep & Pig among the BPL Families.

· Conservation of Black Bengal Goat, Garole Sheep and Ghoongru pig.

Directorate of AR & AH

· Parasitic Control Camp at village level to boost up the growth of Livestock.

· Establishment of one Ghoonru Pig farm at Muraroi, Birbhum

Intensive Sheep & Goat rearing adapting good animal husbandry practices.

· Strengthening Government Sheep & Goat Farms at Haringhata, Nadia & Kotulpur & Ranjitpur, Bankura

Genetic up-gradation through Ram/Buck excahange.

· Establishment of Govt Pig Farm at Salboni

PROJECTS:

A package of schemes for coming 3 years has been formulated to cope up the current scenario in livestock development in the state.

Synopsis of the Projects:

SN

Area/Sector

Total Project Cost (Rs. In Crore)

1

Dairy Development

231.00

2

Livestock Health

120.00

3

Poultry Development

60.00

4

Small Animal Development, Processing & Marketing of Meat

11.00

5

Human Resource Development

5.00

TOTAL

427.00

1. DAIRY DEVELOPMENT

SN

Area/Sec-tor

Name of the Scheme

Objective

Unit Cost (Rs. inLakh)

No. Units

Total Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

1

DAIRY DEVELOP-MENT

Door-step Health Care and Management of Heifers in 100 Blocks for 3 years.

(Fodder production, de-worming, Vaccines, Area Specific Mineral Mixtures, Insurance of animals and its owner etc. at the door-step through private AI workers and monitoring thereof)

1. 1. Augmentation of milk production.

2.

3. 2. Reduced mortality rate through better health care management practices.

0.025

9,00,000

22500.00

2

 

Feed &Fodder Development (Grassland reserve with silvi-pasture model, maize coarse grain production, Certified Fodder Seed Production, Azolla Cultivation etc.

Augmentation of milk & meat production

LS

Flagship

600.00

Subtotal

23100.00

2. LIVESTOCK HEALTH:

SN

Area

Name of the Scheme

Objective

Unit Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

No. Units

Total Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

1

LIVESTOCK HEALTH

Mobile Veterinary Services (components viz. Remuneration of Vet/Paravet/

Attendant, Cost of Hired Vehicle including Fuel, medicines, vaccines etc.)

To provide door Step Veterinary Service like Treatment, vaccination, awareness and active initiation about market linkage of animal produce.

20.00 (Annual)

50

5000.00

2

 

Establishment of Veterinary Poly Clinic

3. To provide multi-disciplinary modern health care facilities

400.00

5

2000.00

3.

 

Immunization of Livestock and Poultry against major diseases involving trained personnel (80% coverage)

4. To reduce morbidity and mortality of animals.

LS

Flagship

5000.00

Subtotal

12000.00

3. POULTRY DEVELOPMENT:

SN

Area

Name of the Scheme

Objective

Unit Cost (Rs. Lakh)

No. Units

Total Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

1

Backyard Poultry Development

Distribution of improved variety of chicks among BPL Families

/women SHG including capacity building.

4. 1. Augmentation of egg & meat production.

5. 2. Supplementary Income Generation and protein supplementation to resource poor families.

0.036

50000

1800.00

2

Commercial Poultry Development

Incentive scheme for the commercial layer farming under cage system with minimum capacity 20,000 layers.

4. To mitigate the gap between requirement and availability in respect of table egg production.

5. 2. Augmentation of egg production.

20.00

100

2000.00

Incentive scheme for the breeding farms with minimum capacity 10,000 birds.

1. To reduce the dependency of other state in respect of broiler chicks production.

20.00

25

500.00

3

Biosecurity

Poultry Vehicle Washing Station (To be managed in collaboration with West Bengal Poultry Federation)

2. To reduce transmission of important avian diseases

20.00

50

1000.00

4

-Do-

Strengthening of Biosecurity in Govt. Poultry Farm

3. To reduce transmission of important avian diseases

25.00

20

500.00

5

Poultry Nutrition

Establishment of Feed Analytical Lab at District Level (To be managed in collaboration with West Bengal Poultry Federation)

4. To assess the quality of poultry feed

40.00

5

200.00

Subtotal

6000.00

1. SMALL ANIMAL DEVELOPMENT:

SN

Area

Name of the Scheme

Objective

Unit Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

No. Units

Total Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

1

Small Ruminant Development

Strengthening Government Sheep & Goat Farms (Haringhata, Ranjitpur,)

1. Production of quality animals with high genetic merit.

300.00

2

600.00

2

Pig Development

Revival of Govt Pig Farm at Salboni

1. Production of quality animals with high genetic merit.

500.00

1

500.00

Subtotal

1100.00

2. HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT:

SN

Area

Name of the Scheme

Objective

Unit Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

No. Units

Total Cost (Rs. In Lakh)

1

Human Resources Development

Training of farmers

1. Skill development of farmers

 

0.03

30000

300.00

2

Human Resources Development

Refreshers’ Training of Veterinarians & Paravets

Knowledge up-gradation

0.10

2000

200.00

Subtotal

   

500.00

TARGET OF ACTIVITIES OF AR&AH FOR THE YEAR 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16

SL. NO.

ITEMS

TARGET

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

BENEFICIARY ORIENTED SERVICES

   
 

Animal Vaccination (in Lakh)

175

190

200

 

Artificial Insemination (in Lakh)

42.55

45.50

49.00

 

Frozen Semen Straw Production (in Lakh)

32.00

36.00

40.00

 

Chick Distribution (in Lakh)

50

50

50

 

Organization of Animal Health Camps ()

4000

4500

4900

INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

   
 

Construction of new Government poultry Farms

1

1

2

 

Strengthening of Government poultry Farms

1

5

5

 

Strengthening of Frozen Semen Bull Station

2

0

0

 

Establishment of New Bull Mother Farm

   

1

 

Construction of BLDO cum BAHC with Training Centre at block level

9

10

30

 

Renovation of Veterinary Dispensaries/ Hospitals

40

50

70

1. Institute of Animal Health and Veterinary Biologicals :

IAH & VB, Kolkata is catering the three facets to the people as production of vaccines, diagnosis of animal diseases and research on diagnosis of livestock and poultry diseases and production of vaccines. Vision, Mission and Goals for Animal Health Sector of ARD Department to protect the animals by vaccination, quick and effective diagnosis of livestock and poultry diseases thereby economical up liftmen of rural and marginal farmer

A. Vision for Production

Annual Target for Production of Biological Products for the following period (in lakhs)

Sl. No.

Type of the vaccines produce by IAH & VB, Kolkata

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

1.

Poultry Vaccines

FD (R2B strain) Vaccine

100.00

110.00

120.00

FD(F Strain) Vaccine

85.00

87.00

90.00

FD DP Vaccine

17.00

19.00

21.00

FD FP (CEVL)

1.50

1.60

1.70

FD FP (PPCEVL)

1.50

1.60

1.70

2.

Bacterial Vaccine

Anthrax

1.50

1.75

2.00

Black Quarter (BQ)

2.62

2.70

2.80

Haemorrhagic Septicaemia (HS)

2.00

2.20

2.40

Fowl Cholera (FC)

1.00

1.20

1.40

Duck Cholera (DC)

3.30

3.50

3.70

3.

PPR Vaccine

25.00

25.00

27.00

4.

Goat Pox vaccine

20.00

22.00

25.00

5.

Swine Fever Vaccine

1.80

1.90

2.00

Total

262.22

279.45

300.70

B. Vision on Diagnosis

2013-14

v Rapid detection of different diseases of livestock and poultry by molecular diagnostic techniques (PCR, Real time PCR etc.) like PPR, Goat pox, Swine fever, IBR, Brucella etc.

v Molecular diagnosis of economically important poultry disease like New Castle Disease(RD), IBD (Infectious Bursal Disease), Infectious bronchitis, Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (as per GOI guideline with special reference to H7 strain) etc.

2014-15

v Detection of PRRS in swine and Mycoplasma in poultry and Livestock, Bovine Viral Diarrhoeain animals (by Real Time PCR for antigen and antibody detection)

v Implementation of NCP on Brucellosis as propose to Govt. of India

v Detection of Haemoprotozoan diseases of animals by molecular biological diagnostic technique.

v Detection of Tuberculosis and Jhones diseases in animals by molecular diagnostic technique like ELISA.

v Screening of brain sample from Bovine for detection of BSE (bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy) by molecular biological technique.

v Detection of pesticides, antibiotic and drug residues in livestock and poultry products by HPLC.

2015-16

v Detection of Rabies antigen from infected animals by molecular biological technique.

v Detection of canine diseases by molecular biological technique.

v FMD typing by PCR based method.

C. Research:

2013-14

v Production of Goat Pox Vaccine in Vero-cell line

v Trial of Anthrax vaccine in Goat

2014-15

v Production of HS-BQ combine vaccine

v Production of Swine fever cell culture vaccine.

2015-16

v Production of PPR –Goat Pox combine vaccine

Action to be taken:

v Target for the next three years(2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16) will be achieved providing availability of sufficient technical man power as well as fund to procure the required instruments and other laboratory accessories.

v Training programme on modernized techniques for production, research and diagnosis for the officers and staffs working in this Institute will be organized.

4. Livestock Development Corporation :

· This PSU, as it should be, while committed to increase the consumption of animal protein with hygienic conditions, it is our endeavour to extend its market ambit not only within the big metropolitans but also non-metropolitans cities and towns within and without the boundaries of the State.

· To increase the acceptability of conventional as well as non-conventional meat and meat products, low cholesterols and easily digestible ones.

· To extend the retail marketing units all through the cities to serve the people of all localities and also to reach to the moving people as far as possible through mobile sales counters.

· To help people educated in the development of growing and rearing of consumable meat animals/birds and the concept of hygienic method of slaughtering, dressing, processing and preserving of such animal products through SHG/individuals entrepreneurs.

· To keep the market price not extremely vulnerable but bring stability along with the economic growth.

‘OBJECTIVES’

(i) Modernizaition/renovation of existing old plants of the Corporation as well as of the Govt. with introduction of new sophisticated plants and machineries;

(ii) Establishment of new modern hygienic slaughter houses with processing units within the location of existing units;

(iii) Developing and introducing modern and acceptable packaging system to protect the quality of the products as well as attract consuming public;

(iv) To establish backward linkage for uninterrupted supply of slaughterable meat animals/birds both by the Corporation itself and also through participation of SHG/individuals;

(v) To enhance the profitability of the Corporation putting more emphasis on value added products which will also help the Govt. to earn more revenue.

(vi) With the help of Engineering Unit it will extend its activities to execute the livestock development programmes to benefit directly or indirectly the supply of meat animals/birds.

(vii) To venture in development of guest house etc. either taking over from the other State organizations or by construction of new guest houses at the Tourist Spots.

(viii) To establish new hygienic slaughter houses for small and big animals like goat, sheep, buffalo etc.;

(ix) To develop and extent the market ambit through export to neighbouring states and also to other developed countries;

(x) In the long terms the Corporation also desires to establish full- fledged

modern automatic system of slaughtering as well as product preparation, preservation and packaging including transportation to different destinations.

ACTION PLAN

2013-14 :

i) To Complete of the jobs as projected in the administrative calendar;

ii) To make programmes and takes steps in preparation project report for

establishment of a separate chicken slaughtering unit within the

Haringhata Meat Plant area with thousand birds per hour under RIDF

programme.

2014-15 :

(i) To take positive steps for execution of the Scheme under RIDF with necessary fund flow.

(ii) To execute different Govt. schemes/projects for Livestock Development;

(iii) To enhance the activities of increasing backward linkage in respect of production of slaughterable animals/birds (pigs, chicken, rabbit, quail, duck etc.)

(iv) To Form a new subsidiary company under this company to take up the venture of development and establishment and running of guest houses activities.

2015-16 :

(i) To complete the works under RIDF Scheme;

(ii) To take up new ventures in development of business activities of the Corporation to give it a bushed double its turn over;

(iii) To take up the scheme of establishment of modern slaughter houses

in respect of small and big animals (goat, sheep. Buffalo).

2016-17 :

(i) To start execution of the schemes under (iii) above;

(ii) To take up new schemes to gradually enhance the annual per capita meat consumption to a level it will be visible in the world chart.

N.B. : W.B.L.D.C.Ltd.’s programmes and executions thereof are subject to:

(Pl. Check)

● Approval of projects and availability of funds in the long run;

● Approval of the scheme for establishment of new slaughter houses for small

and big animals;

● Approval of the Scheme for development of own piggery unit;

● Recruitment of suitable and sufficient hands for execution of the

projects/schemes.

● Approval of the Govt. for establishment of a subsidiary organization under

this corporation to take up the objectives of establishment of guest houses

etc.

5. Mother Dairy, Calcutta :

Year

Vision Plan

Vision Target

2013-14

i) Revival and starting of packing operation at State Dairy Burdwan by Mother Dairy Calcutta

February 2014

 

ii) Modernisation of refrigeration plant at the plant of Mother Dairy Calcutta

March 2014

 

iii)Strengthening & modernization of Mother Dairy Calcutta to ensure optimum Public Utility Service

a) strengthening of Packaging Section by installation of new Screw Air Compressor

b) strengthening of Process Infrastructure by installation of Reconstitution Tank at plant of Mother Dairy Calcutta

c) strengthening of computerized systems in the dairy to clean up and regularize the set up on a single platform to ensure highest availability of performances

d) strengthening of Transport System through infrastructure development of roads in the premises of Mother Dairy Calcutta

e) Project towards purchase of Milkoscan Minor 06 for enhancement of infrastructure support of Quality Control Laboratory

f) strengthening of fresh milk procurement system from Non-MPCS areas to Mother Dairy Calcutta

January 2014

February 2014

March 2014

March 2014

March 2014

March 2014

 

iv) Implementation of 100 nos Push Carts in Kolkata & suburban markets

January 2014

 

v) Renovation and modification of 15 nos of Milk Depots of the Dte of Dairy Development under Joint Venture

vi) Varieties of Ice Cream Cones and Candy to be introduced in the market

March 2014

March 2014

2014-15

i) Strengthening of Process Control by installation of New Homogenizer for Mother Dairy Calcutta

April – May 2014

 

ii) Salted variety of Chanch/butter milk(ghol) shall be marketed

May 2014

 

iii) Commencement of Milk Processing at the renovated plant of State Dairy Burdwan

July 2014

 

iv) Establishment of Milk Plantat Malda/North Bengal district through franchisee

August 2014

 

v)Establishment of Packaged Drinking Water Plant at Howrah

October 2014

vi) Commencement of Milk Products Plant at State Dairy Durgapur

December 2014

 

vii) Modernisation of Boiler Plant at Mother Dairy Calcutta from RKVY fund if sanctioned

January 2015

 

viii)Modernisation of Effluent Treatment Plant from RKVY fund, if sanctioned

February 2015

 

ix) Modernisation of Packaging Unit from RKVY fund, if sanctioned

March 2015

 

x) Implementation of 2000 nos of Push Cart from RKVY fund, if sanctioned

April 2014 to

March 2015

2015-16

i) Establishment of Fat Separation Unit at Mother Dairy Calcutta from RKVY fund, if sanctioned

April 2015 to

July 2015

 

ii) Renovation and modification of Milk Depots of Dairy Dte shall be increased to 50 nos

April 2015 to

March 2016

 

iii) New installation of 20 nos of Kiosks at Govt Hospitals through Franchisee(s) shall be attempted subject to allotment of land/ Premises inside Govt Hospitals

April 2015 to

March 2016

 

iv) Sale of milk products shall be enhanced to 15%

-do-

 

v) Insulated Tanks for selling loose milk would be increased by 20%

-do-

 

vii) Retailer points shall be enhanced by 20%

-do-

 

viii)Free outlets shall be enhanced by 20%

-do-

 

ix ) Linemen as Entrepreneurs to be enhanced by 20%

-do-

6. West Bengal University of Animal and Fishery Sciences :

ACTIVITY SCHEDULE TO GROUND THE VISION 2014- 16 IN WBUAFS

FACULTY OF VETERINARY & ANIMAL SCIENCES

Sl.No.

Vision

2014-15

2015-16

* 1

Full fledged establishment of Teaching Veterinary Clinical Complex (TVCC) for accommodation of Clinical and Para-clinical Departments

 

* 2

Instructional Livestock Farm Complex (ILFC) is to be established as per VCI specification with modern facilities along with disposal of waste materials

 

* 3

Establishment of separate departments for (a) Poultry Science and (b) Animal Bio-technology (c) Wildlife.

 

* 4

Creation of facilities like mobile ambulatory clinic for catering input services at the farmer’s doorstep

 

* 5

Creation of teaching posts and non-teaching, especially Group-C posts are of utmost importance to cater the undergraduate education following VCI recommendations in more efficient manner

 

* 6

Establishment of ICT facilities to keep the faculty members, students and academic staff updated with the technical information and technologies required for teaching, research, extension and administrative uses

 

7

Strategies to combat the effects of climatic change in livestock production

* 8

Impact analysis of transboudary animal and poultry diseases

 

* 9

Creating excellence in Veterinary and Animal Sciences with capacity building for super-specialties in medicine, surgery, gynaecology, livestock production management etc.

 

* 10

Creation of different infrastructural facilities required to house the newly created teaching departments after the proposed transfer of Faculty of Veterinary & Animal Sciences at Mohanpur campus, Nadia like Veterinary Anatomy Museum, Library, Medical Unit, Students’ Canteen etc.

FACULTY OF DAIRY TECHNOLOGY

Sl.No.

Vision

2014-15

2015-16

* 1

Modernization and up-gradation of the Student’s Dairy Plant with improved infrastructure and new equipments to gear up effective practical training of the students

* 2

Establishment of ‘Centre of Excellence’ in ‘Traditional Indian Dairy Products’ in the faculty

 

* 3

Establishment of Central Instrumentation facility in the faculty with modern instruments/equipments.

 

* 4

Establishment of a centre for collection of Dairy cultures to cater the need of dairy industry in the eastern and north-eastern India

 

* 5

Establishment of basic and applied research facilities in molecular biology

 

* 6

Creation of new departments for (a) Food technology and (b) Economics, Statistics and Management

 

* 7

Establishment of quality control laboratory to act as nodal agency of overall quality control of milk and milk products in the eastern and north-eastern India

 

* 8

Creation of teaching posts and non-teaching, especially Group-C posts are of utmost importance to cater the undergraduate education in more effective manner

 

* 9

Establishment of Students’ Dairy Farm

 

FACULTY OF FISHERY SCIENCES

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Vision

2014-15

2015-16

1

Development of technically competent graduates to the fisheries sector – service, education, research, trade development at national and global levels

* 2

Establishment of Wet laboratories with water recirculation and aeration facilities

 

* 3

Creation of Mobile Diagnostic Laboratory for soil, water and fishes as well

 

* 4

Establishment of Aquaclinic

 

* 5

Establishment of Aquatic Environmental Monitoring centre with reference to climate change at Sundarban

 

* 6

Establishment of Environmental microbiology, biomonitoring and biotechnology laboratory. Strengthening/ upgradation of existing Instrumentation facility

 

* 7

Setting-up Navigational and Fishing Simulator (PC-based) laboratory

 

* 8

Creation of teaching posts and non-teaching, especially Group-C posts are of utmost importance to cater the undergraduate education in more effective manner

   

* 9

Impact of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture and development of adaptive strategies

* 10

A multi-dimensional study on ornamental fish farming and integrated fish farming

 

* 11

Value addition of underutilized marine fishes of West Bengal

* 12

Ecologically safe and environmental friendly fishing and fish culture techniques for sustainable fisheries management

* 13

Documentation of genetic variations in natural and farmed fish populations using molecular markers

* 14

Formulation of management schedule for sustainable fisheries and conservation of threatened fishes

DIRECTORATE OF RESEARCH, EXTENSION & FARMS

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Vision

2014-15

2015-16

* 1

Promotion of innovations and improvement of human resources through the capacity building by involving all stakeholders in the food-supply chain

* 2

Strengthening of institutional capacity as well as collaboration to attain sustainable food, nutrition and livelihood security with the views of global competitiveness

 

* 3

Establishment of Regional Research – Extension Centres at different agro-climatic zones of the State

 

* 4

Establishment of District Level Technology Dissemination Centres to cater the need of the farming community

 

* 5

Establishment of Information Communication Technology (ICT) laboratory cum training and awareness center on Animal and Fish Resource Management

* 6

Establishment of Centre of Excellence on HRD for the Livestock including Dairy processing and Fish Farmers’ to cater the present need on the frontier areas of the state, country and the concerned industry as well

* 7

Further modernization of instructional livestock and fish farms for the students of three faculties of the University as well as for demonstration for the State farmers

 

* 8

· Establishment of Training Institute on Veterinary Pharmacy and Pranisampad Bikash (Certificate courses of various durations) for the State farmers, Rural Youth and Practicing entrepreneurs.

 

PROPOSED ESTABLISHMENT OF INSTITUTES FOR ADVANCED STUDIES

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Vision

2014-15

2015-16

* 1

Establishment of Institute of Poultry Management

 

* 2

Establishment of Advanced Laboratory on Animal Bio-technology

 

* 3

Establishment of Institute of Rural Management

 

* 4

Establishment of Institute of Postgraduate Veterinary Education & Research

 

The ‘*’ marked visionary activities could only be grounded after the receipt of the fund assistances from the State Government during proposed activity years.

7. West Bengal Dairy & Poultry Development Corporation Ltd. :

West Bengal Dairy & Poultry Development corporation Limited popularly known as ‘DAIRPOUL’ has been rendering services to the Animal Husbandry Sector for the last fifty years. It has five (5) feed plants located in different districts of the state. The location of the plants and the Annual installed capacity is indicated herein below:

Name of the Unit Capacity In MT Type of Feed

1. Kalyani Feed Miling Plant 28,615.000 Mash & Pellet

2. Salboni Feed Plant 17,700.000 Mash & Pellet

3. Durgapur Feed Plant 4,450.000 Mash

4. Siliguri Feed Plant 8,850.000 Mash & Pellet

5. Gajole Feed Plant 8,850.000 Mash & Pellet

‘DAIRPOUL’’s ‘EPIC’ brand animal feed is a house hold name in the rural and urban areas of the State and is treated as a key input by the cattle keepers as well as poultry and fish farmers.

Development of infrastructures of the plants is being taken up as a continuous process. A recent in house study reveals the necessity of the following up gradation /addition of / to the existing infrastructure in light of the existing market condition.

2) SCOPE:

i) Mismatch of Capacity between Mash & Pellet Feed – Kalyani Feed Milling Plant

There is an immediate need to convert the mash plant of 33½ M.T. per shift to a pellet mill of same capacity by installation of the balance machineries / equipments in the operating system that the mash plant lacks.

Estimated Cost :Rs. 100 lakhs

ii) Absence of Facility for Producing Pellet Feed – Durgapur Feed Plant

Installation of a pellet plant of 5 M.T. capacity per shift.

Estimated Cost Rs. 50 lakh.

iii) Production of Crumbler Feed –

Replacing 2 MT Crumbler Feed Machine installation of more efficient machine production increase upto 50 MT to 100 MT to attain market share.

Estimated Cost Rs. 10 lakh.

iv) Installation of Automatic Chain Conveyer-

Proposed installation of these two conveyor belt may reduce manpower cost substantially.

Estimated Cost Rs. 36 lakhs

v) Increase of Go-down Space-

To augment the volume to 3 months stock, addition of further 20,000 sq. ft. would be necessary. The capacity of the finished product godown is also to be enhanced to 10,000 sq. ft. from 5,000 sq. ft to hold ready stock of fast moving items of cattle and poultry feed.

Estimated Cost Rs. 172 lakhs

 

vi) Installation of Mineral Mixture Plant -

Installation of a mineral mixture plant shall extend a two pronged benefit. In house consumption of own product shall curtail cost and sale of balance quantity shall result in additional revenue.

Estimated Cost Rs. 15 lakhs

Total Estimated Cost :Rs. 383 Lakh.

 

To attain sustainable financial viability, the following measures are contemplated to be introduced.

3) MEASURES:

A) Controlling the Cost of Ingredients -

Keeping Raw material cost restricted between 76% to 80% of sale price.

B) Controlling Employee cost –

Avoiding deployment of idle manpower.

C) Establishment of marketing infrastructure:

 

Suitable marketing strategy in conformity with the prevalent market situations need be adopted and followed.

D) Eradication of Delay in Realization of Debt -

Govt. is being requested to release fund against supply of feed at the earliest.

E) Increased Capacity Utilization -

Utilization of 85% of the available annual capacity of 58,174 MT. (Rated capacity of 68,440 M.T. less 15% due to wear and tear) will recover the entire overhead cost.

 

F) Monitoring cost of production -

This is basically the job of a Cost Accountant who has the necessary skill to devise an ideal cost structure & suggest corrective measures when deviation from the standard takes place. We may engage on such.

G) Maximum utilization of the available annual capacity to recover the entire overhead cost.

H) Aggressive marketing of Fish Feed-

Market for fish feed in the state is huge and leaves ample scope for the Corporation to earn additional revenue during the peak season. With that object in view, liason with the fishery department has been initiated.

I) ESTIMATED EXPENDITURE OVER A PERIOD OF 3 YEARS

 

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-2016

151 Lakhs

133 Lakhs

99 Lakhs