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In this training programme, 20 Para veterinarians of Jammu Sheep Husbandry Department were undergoing training. Addressing the participants, Dr. Arun Kumar Tomar, Chief Guest and Institute Director of the closing ceremony of the training program, said that mid-synchronization and artificial insemination are techniques that can increase the fertility of not only cattle, but also the sheep breeds of the state. extremely important in the genetic improvement of Dr. Tomar hoped that this training program and the seven-day program organized for the veterinarians of Jammu from August 2 to 8 in the same month would directly benefit the cattle herders of Jammu region.

Dr. Ajit Singh Mahla, coordinator of the training program, said that techniques like artificial insemination in sheep have not yet become very popular, but the institute is working fast in this direction and the officers and employees of Animal Husbandry Department of different states are being trained in these techniques. Continuously organizing training programs to make them efficient and using these techniques more and more, we are moving towards increasing the production capacity of sheep. The co-coordinators of the training program were Dr. Satyaveer Singh Dangi and Dr. SC Sharma.

The closing program was conducted by Dr. SC Sharma, in-charge of the Human Resource Development Section and the vote of thanks was presented by Dr. Satyaveer Singh Dangi. Heads of departments, in-charges and scientists of various departments including Dr. Raghavendra Singh, Dr. Ganesh Sonawane, Dr. Ajay Kumar, Dr. Arvind Soni, Dr. Vijay Kumar were prominently present in the programme.

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