The Institute is providing Consultancy services on Establishment and Management of Commercial Goat Farms on payment basis.
ICAR-CIRG, Makhdoom celebrated birth day of Late. Chaudhary Charan Singh, Former Prime Minister of India as Kisan Diwas on 23.12.2020. On this occasion, a total of 130 farmers (80 male and 50 female) belonging to scheduled caste community were brought from Kanjauli Ghat (Ashok Nagar) village to the institute and were given the scientific knowledge on goat farming and COVID pandemic. From the DAPSC programme, each beneficiaries was provided with a good quality Thermo steel flask (Round Milton), a Carry Bag and a lunch packet. The programme was organized by Development Action Plan for Scheduled Caste (DAPSC) team in the guidance of Dr. Gopal Dass, Nodal Officer DAPSC. The function was presided over by Dr. B. Rai, Acting-Director ICAR-CIRG. Shri. Pooran Prakash, MLA, Baldev, Mathura was the Chief Guest of the function. Dr. D. K. Sharma, Head, Animal Health, Dr. S. D. Kharche, Head, APR Division, Dr. Braj Mohan, Incharge, EE&SE Section, Dr. Ravi Ranjan Sr. Scientist, Dr. Nitika Sharma, Sr. Scientist, Dr. Moh. Arif, Scientist, Dr. Vinay Chaturvedi, Senior Veterinary Officer, Sh. R. S. Bhatt, F&AO and Dr. Vijay Kishore, STO of the institute also attended the programme. During the programme, every participant and guest followed all precautionary measures for COVID 19.
Dr. Gopal Dass, Nodal Officer, DAPSC thrown the light on the Autobiography of Late Chaudhary Charan Singh and detailed about the activities of the DAPSC programme to the beneficiaries. Dr. Ashok Kumar, Principal Scientist & I/C, PME taught about scientific goat farming, advantages of goat farming and gave the tips for protection from Corona Virus.
Shri Pooran Prakash, MLA, Baldev first of all appreciated activities of institute and DAPSC programme. In his speech, he stated that a real work is being done to the poor farmers of scheduled caste community through DAPSC
programme of CIRG. He also explained the contribution of late chaudhary sahab to farmer community and appealed to farmers to adopt and start goat farming to improve the economic status of the family.
Dr. B. Rai, Director (Acting), explained the participants about goat training programmes and assured the beneficiaries for extending help to promote goat farming in the villages of Kanjauli Ghat (Ashok Nagar) village.
Dr. Nitika Sharma proposed the vote of thanks to all and in the end of the programme, everyone stood at his place and sang the National anthem.