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“Enhancement of Livestock Production, Health and Welfare” in the Department of Animal Nutrition, Indian Veterinary Research Institute. A 21-day training program on new feed resources concluded today.  The program is being held in different parts of the country, Maharashtra, Orissa, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Punjab and Uttar Pradesh,22 scientists and professors from the state participated.

On the closing occasion, the chief guest and joint director of the institute, Dr. P. Singh is the current head of Neha Chi Institute. Such training programs are also very useful in times of need. The land is becoming too moist for animals which the effect has been seen in animal productivity and reproduction. The challenge before us today is what kind of animals we can diagnose every problem. Dr. Singh also said that proper nutrition for animals is our need today.

And that’s why we have to find solutions and in this direction the Animal Nutrition Department of the institute has been playing an important role .The institute’s Joint Director, Education, Dr. S.E. Mendiratta conducted a 21-day training program on this occasion.

The feedback given by the participants shows that the Animal Nutrition Department has lived up to your expectations and Whatever knowledge you have acquired from here, you will use it in your own fields and spread this knowledge in your will share with colleagues also. He also suggested a mutual agreement with the institute. They it was suggested that students from all departments should be included in the lectures so that their knowledge could be enhanced.

Dr. C.C. Chaudhary, Head of Department and Director, Department of Animal Nutrition, explained the importance and current status of Animal Nutrition. Considering the situation, emphasis was laid on eliminating illegal accounts. Course Director Dr. S.E. While presenting the progress report of the training programme, Saha said that proper nutrition not smoking is having an adverse effect on the disease incidence, productivity and reproductive capacity of the animals. That’s why they Mixing alternative foods, such as fruit and vegetable scraps, with as much grain as possible in a non-traditional diet this should be done, this will reduce the price of grain. Dr. Saha further explained that during this training the participants 47 lectures and 10 practical’s were conducted, apart from this the institute also organized Mukteshwar Parisar and Govhind Ballabh Pant.

A tour was taken to the World Zoo of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar and a lecture was given. The program was inaugurated by Dr. Anjuwaa, Scientist, Animal Nutrition Department, while the vote of thanks was given by Dr. S.E. Sighed by Sah. On this occasion, course coordinator Dr. A.E. Mayaya, Dr. Achasat Das, Dr. Chishvabandhu
Heads of departments, scientists and Students remained present.

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