On the occasion of World Tribal Day today, Saturday, August 12, 2023, by the Scheduled Tribe Sub Plan of Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute, Avikanagar, an institute working under the Indian Council of Agricultural Research, New Delhi, Government Primary School, Kheda Kachhwasa Block And in district Dungarpur, a farmer-scientist seminar has been organized with the distribution of Malpura breed sheep rearing unit (four female and one male animals and other animal husbandry useful items). In which the chief guest of the seminar program was Mr. Amritlal Kalasua, Chairman Municipal Council Dungarpur. The seminar program was formally started by Dr. Arun Kumar Tomar, Director, Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute, Avikanagar, who was presiding over the program, with the chief guest. Also, Central Sheep and Wool Research Institute as the special guest in the program. Dr. G from Research Institute. Yes. Ganesh Sonawane Nodal Officer TSP, Dr. Suresh Chand Sharma Incharge HRD, Dr. Leela Ram Gurjar Incharge Technical Transfer Department, Mr. Indrabhushan Kumar Chief Administrative Officer, Mr. Rajkumar Chief Finance & Account Officer, Mr. Bhim Singh Administrative Officer, Mr. Mukesh Suthar Ked Foundation Director Udaipur, Dr. Shankar Lal Khechar, Assistant Professor Animal Production and Management, Mr. Naresh Vishnoi, Dr. Amit Kumar, Mr. Dilip Kumar are also participating in the farmers seminar program on the occasion of World Tribal Day. Dr. Shankar Lal Khechar advised the tribal farmers on animal husbandry entrepreneurship. An example was addressed in detail. Along with this, Sarpanch of Gram Panchayat of various blocks of Dungarpur district and Sarpanch husband of Kheda Kachwasa Mr. Basant Lal Kharadi also participated in the program as a special guest.
Dr. Ganesh Sanavane TSP Nodal Officer Avikanagar gave detailed information about the activities being done in Dungarpur district to the visiting guests and tribal farmers and told that till now the tribal farmers of the district have been provided sheep, goats and rabbits of advanced breed by the institute. Demonstration and distribution is being done to the selected tribal women and men farmers. He interacted with the tribal beneficiaries in detail on the nutrition and health management of sheep and goats and told that if there is any animal reared with minimum resources, it is There are sheep and goats.